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After a few asymptomatic days he then had progressive complaints of anxiety, nightmares, intermittent blurred vision lasting a few seconds, reduced memory and concentration, and headache, resulting in absences from work 2-3 times a week. Precordial pain and impotence occurred, symptoms which the patient had never previously experienced. As the symptoms progressed the patient was referred to an occupational medicine clinic. Neuropsychological examination established dementia in the form of reduced ability to learn and memorise, reduced rate in simple reaction time as well as in more complex tasks, and a reduction in abstract thinking. There were no focal neurological signs.
Cardiovascular disease and nephrotic syndrome. At age 50 he developed congestive heart failure and progressive neuropsychiatric abnormalities, including memory failure, apathy, homicidal ideation and impotence. Over the next 5 years he developed progressive renal failure and dementia. Haemodialysis was initiated and a right nephrectomy was performed because of the presence of a renal mass. Renal tissue remote from the mass showed focal sclerosing glomerulonephritis and extensive interstitial changes. He developed end stage renal disease and progressive dementia, because of the dementia his family decided to withdraw dialysis support and he died of renal failure. The patient had been employed for 15 years in the spinning department of a viscose rayon manufacturing plant. Air sampling at the plant detected high carbon disulphide concentrations (200-500 ppm), well above the occupational exposure limits (Klemmer and Harris, 2000).
Serum fragments of the NCAM protein may also be detected in humans using standard immunoblotting techniques. Aberrant expression of NCAM serum and or cerebrospinal fluid fragments has previously been shown to distinguish psychotic patients from healthy controls and, specifically, to discriminate the psychotic disorders schizophrenia and autism, both of which are believed to have a neurodevelopmental origin.53-56 Hippocampal expression of NCAM PSA is also altered in the human schizophrenic brain57 and in other disease states including Alzheimer's disease and epilepsy.58,59 To date there has been no direct attempt to correlate the serum NCAM fragment and brain NCAM PSA expression patterns in human conditions with neu-robehavioral manifestations. However, parallel observations that both appear to be perturbed in schizophrenia a psychotic disorder of neurodevelopmental origin tentatively suggests that alterations in the pattern of serum NCAM expression may reflect altered functioning and...
The case supplied by Janssen Pharmaceutica is the comparison of two alternatives for the sixth production step in the galantamine (anti-Alzheimer medication) production route. This sixth production step originally is a batch based production step, but can be replaced by a continuous production step using a micro reactor. In Figs. 1 and 2, an overview is given of the eight steps required The case supplied by Janssen Pharmaceutica is the comparison of two alternatives for the sixth production step in the galantamine (anti-Alzheimer medication) production route. This sixth production step originally is a batch based production step, but can be replaced by a continuous production step using a micro reactor. In Figs. 1 and 2, an overview is given of the eight steps required
In recent years there has been a movement away from the use of alum as a flocculent in water treatment in favour of the use of iron salts. Such a change has been driven, to some extent, by the toxicity of aluminium residuals, and the claimed connection with Alzheimer's disease 26 . The need to control flocculation pH more closely when iron salts are used is a problem which is not directly connected with manganese, but the fact that all iron compounds solutions contain substantial concentrations (up to 0.05 in even analytical reagent grade iron salts) is a matter of concern to the treatment operator. Replacement of alum with iron flocculent will almost certainly lead to the necessity for manganese removal later in the treatment process.
These observations have lead to two working hypotheses increased divalent metal ions in mitochondria produce more mtDNA damage and damaged mitochondria can generate ROS and lead to a vicious cycle of damage, which even in the presence of an active DNA repair system results in persistent mtDNA damage. These hypotheses provide a paradigm for the molecular aspects of many chronic diseases associated with aging, such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease discussed in more detail below.
The effects of chronic ingestion of ethanol are widely known and well documented. Alcohol abuse may reslt in physical dependence, malnutrition, neurological effects including amnesia and dementia, cardiac myopathy, hepatoxicity, pancreatitis, gastrointestinal bleeding and oesophageal varices. Chronic ethanol ingestion is not an occupational route of exposure. For more information see Charness et al. (1989) Regan (1990) Weatherall et al. (1996) and Ashworth and Gerada (1997).
Sufficiently high exposure to any form of mercury can damage the gastrointestinal tract, the nervous system, and the kidneys. Symptoms of exposure to inorganic mercury include skin rashes and dermatitis, mood swings, memory loss, mental disturbances, and muscle weakness. The most common source of methylmer-cury to the average citizen is from eating fish that have accumulated methylmercury from the water. Infants can also be exposed via their mothers, who bioaccumulate mercury especially in their breast milk. Fetuses, infants, and children exposed to methylmercury have impaired neurological development (www.epa.gov). Methylmercury exposure also impacts cognitive thinking, memory, attention, language, and fine motor and visual spatial skills (www.epa.gov).
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