The primary focus of the Koronyo-Hamaoui Laboratory is on early diagnosis and immune-based therapies for Alzheimer's disease (AD). A feasible noninvasive test to identify patients early on, which is essential for effective treatment, is an urgent unmet need. The Koronyo-Hamaoui Laboratory has shown, for the first time, that the hallmark pathology of AD, amyloid-β protein (Aβ) plaque, is present in the retina of human patients beginning at early stages. Furthermore, a unique approach has been developed in this lab to detect plaques in the retina of live rodent models by a noninvasive optical retinal imaging. This innovation unveils new possibilities for investigation of Alzheimer's pathology in the retina. It may also facilitate early diagnosis and noninvasive monitoring of disease progression.
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Shi H, Koronyo Y, Rentsendorj A, Regis GC, Sheyn J, Fuchs DT, Kramerov AA, Ljubimov AV, Dumitrascu OM, Rodriguez AR, Barron E, Hinton DR, Black KL, Miller CA, Mirzaei N, Koronyo-Hamaoui M.
Acta Neuropathologica. 2020;139(5), 813-836
Koronyo-Hamaoui M, Sheyn J, Hayden EY, Li S, Fuchs DT, Regis GC, Lopes DHJ, Black KL, Bernstein KE, Teplow DB, Fuchs S, Koronyo Y, Rentsendorj A.
Brain. 2019 pii: awz364.
Doustar J, Regis GC, Torbati T, Fuchs DT, Sheyn J, Rentsendorj A, Graham SL, Shah PK, Mastali M, Van Eyk JE, Black KL, Gupta VK, Mirzaei M, Koronyo Y, Koronyo-Hamaoui M.
Aging Cell. 2020;19:e13246.
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