ImmunoSensation - the immune sensory system

Alzheimers Res Ther. 2019 Jul 31.

Which features of subjective cognitive decline are related to amyloid pathology? Findings from the DELCODE study.

Miebach L, Wolfsgruber S, Polcher A, Peters O, Menne F, Luther K, Incesoy E, Priller J, Spruth E, Altenstein S, Buerger K, Catak C, Janowitz D, Perneczky R, Utecht J, Laske C, Buchmann M, Schneider A, Fliessbach K, Kalbhen P, Heneka MT, Brosseron F, Spottke A, Roy N, Teipel SJ, Kilimann I, Wiltfang J, Bartels C, Düzel E, Dobisch L, Metzger C, Meiberth D, Ramirez A, Jessen F, Wagner M

Subjective cognitive decline (SCD) has been proposed as a pre-MCI at-risk condition of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Current research is focusing on a refined assessment of specific SCD features associated with increased risk for AD, as proposed in the SCD-plus criteria. We developed a structured interview (SCD-I) for the assessment of these features and tested their relationship with AD biomarkers.

PMID: 31366409