MECHANISMS OF LONG TERM POTENTIATION IMPAIRMENT IN ALZHEIMER’S DESEASE

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Long term potentiation of synaptic strength (LTP) is an important neurophysiological mechanism of formation of declarative memory engram. Declarative memory disorder is a genuine symptom and obligate diagnostic criterion of Alzheimer’s disease. Che of pathophysiological components of such disorder is NMDA-dependent LTP impairment. To date, the scientific literature has accumulated data on the pathogenetic mechanisms of this impairment. Further study of pathogenesis of the declarative memory disorder in Alzheimer’s desease and development of ways to treat the disease requires summarizing of the data. This is the purpose of this literature review.

V N Mukhin

Institute of Experimental Medicine of the NorthWest Branch of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences

Email: Valery.Mukhin@gmail.com
St.-Petersburg, Russia

V M Klimenko

Institute of Experimental Medicine of the NorthWest Branch of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences

St.-Petersburg, Russia

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