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Kimberly Battista

Brain infection and Alzheimer's disease pathology 

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Phases of the cell cycle

medical illustration of Accumulating evidence links bacterial or viral infection with the neuropathology of
Alzheimer’s disease. Once bacteria enter the brain,  toll-like receptors are activated, triggering the release of cytokines by microglial cells.
Next medical illustration of A coronary angiogram procedure: femoral artery catheter insertion into the heart, threaded up and placed at the left coronary artery, angiogram showing left coronary occlusion.

Cardiac angiogram sequence

Accumulating evidence links bacterial or viral infection with the neuropathology of Alzheimer’s disease. Once bacteria enter the brain, toll-like receptors are activated, triggering the release of cytokines by microglial cells.

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