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In-depth characterization of iPSC-derived neuronal models carrying familial dementia mutations
Generation and development of human neuronal models with dementia-related dysfunctions
To explore molecular mechanism of neuronal malfunctions by FAD-linked mutations
MPIs: Tom Montine and Mike MacCoss
Molecular Phenotyping in Alzheimer's Disease
We will collect proteomics data on post-mortem brain samples using a liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) strategy called data independent acquisition.
Leverage high-dimensional proteomics data to identify and understand the molecular signatures of three groups that will enable precision medicine for AD: (i) different genetic risk, (ii) common co-morbidities, and (iii) resilience to AD neuropathologic change.
We will make our data available through a novel cloud based solution, called the Chorus Project (http://chorusproject.org), engineered to enable big data reanalysis by the community of scientists.
Jacques P. Tremblay
Development of a treatment of Alzheimer based on the editing of the Amyloid Precuror Protein gene with the CRISPR system
To correct the APP gene in 293T cells and in Alzheimer cells with a pair of gRNA (targeting sequences in intron 15 or 16) and with dCas9-FokI
Investigating Cell-type dependent phenotypes in familial Alzheimer's disease
To determine if there are differential effects of neuronal subtype on APP processing with fAD mutation
To determine if there are differential effects of neuronal subtype on tau proteostasis with fAD mutation