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Title Page

1. Introduction

2. Symptoms

3. The Changing Brain

4. The Beta Amyloid (Aβ)

5. The Tau Protein

6. Tau Pathology: PAD Exposure

7. Tau Protein Increases Neuronal Excitability

8. The Roles of Microtubules and Ankyrin G in Excitability

9. How Can Tau Protein Increase Excitability?

10. miR-132 Deficiency Increases Total and 4R-Tau Level

11. BDNF Deficiency Down-regulates miR-132

12. The BDNF Cascade Hypothesis of Alzheimer's Disease

13. Beta Amyloid (Aβ) Pathology

14. The Role of CRMP2 in Alzheimer's Disease

15. The Origin of Alzheimer's Disease

16. Spreading of Tau Pathology

17. Why Curcumin is NOT Effective for Alzheimer's Disease

A. The Pathogenesis of Huntington's Disease

B. The Pathogenesis of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

C. The Pathogenesis of Parkinson's Disease

D. mTOR: The Ultimate Risk Factor