William C. Benzing, Ph.D.
|Neuroscience||National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD, United States|
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|Benzing WC, Wujek JR, Ward EK, et al. (1999) Evidence for glial-mediated inflammation in aged APP(SW) transgenic mice. Neurobiology of Aging. 20: 581-9|
|Brunden KR, Benzing WC. (1998) The complement cascade in Alzheimer's disease. Drug News & Perspectives. 11: 98-103|
|Mufson EJ, Benzing WC, Kordower JH. (1995) Dissociation of galaninergic and neurotrophic plasticity in Down syndrome and Alzheimer disease. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research. 393: 105-22|
|Benzing WC, Mufson EJ. (1995) Increased number of NADPH-d-positive neurons within the substantia innominata in Alzheimer's disease. Brain Research. 670: 351-5|
|Benzing WC, Mufson EJ. (1995) Apolipoprotein E immunoreactivity within neurofibrillary tangles: relationship to Tau and PHF in Alzheimer's disease. Experimental Neurology. 132: 162-71|
|Mufson EJ, Benzing WC. (1994) Lack of neocortical nerve cell loss in Alzheimer's disease: reality or methodological artifact. Neurobiology of Aging. 15: 361-2; discussion 37|
|Mufson EJ, Benzing WC, Cole GM, et al. (1994) Apolipoprotein E-immunoreactivity in aged rhesus monkey cortex: colocalization with amyloid plaques. Neurobiology of Aging. 15: 621-7|
|Benzing WC, Mufson EJ, Armstrong DM. (1993) Immunocytochemical distribution of peptidergic and cholinergic fibers in the human amygdala: their depletion in Alzheimer's disease and morphologic alteration in non-demented elderly with numerous senile plaques. Brain Research. 625: 125-38|
|Benzing WC, Mufson EJ, Armstrong DM. (1993) Alzheimer's disease-like dystrophic neurites characteristically associated with senile plaques are not found within other neurodegenerative diseases unless amyloid beta-protein deposition is present. Brain Research. 606: 10-8|
|Benzing WC, Brady DR, Mufson EJ, et al. (1993) Evidence that transmitter-containing dystrophic neurites precede those containing paired helical filaments within senile plaques in the entorhinal cortex of nondemented elderly and Alzheimer's disease patients. Brain Research. 619: 55-68|