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Heiko and Eva Braak - bibliography

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German anatomists, Frankfurt.


  • H. Braak:
    The allocortex Architectonics of the human telencephalic cortex.
    New York, Springer-Verlag, 1980: 26-42.
  • H. Braak, E. Braak:
    On areas of transition between entorhinal allocortex and temporal isocortex in the human brain. Normal morphology and lamina-specific pathology in Alzheimer's disease.
    Acta neuropathologica, Berlin, 1985, 68: 325-32.
  • E. Braak, B. Strotkamp, H. Braak:
    Parvalbumin-immunoreactive structures in the hippocampus of the human adult.
    Cell and Tissue Research, Berlin, 1991, 264: 33-48.
  • H. Braak, E. Braak:
    Neuropathological staging of Alzheimer-related changes.
    Acta neuropathologica, Berlin, 1991, 82: 239-259.
  • H. Braak, E. Braak:
    The human entorhinal cortex: normal morphology and lamina-specific pathology in various diseases.
    Neuroscience Research, Shannon, 1992, 15: 6-31.
  • H. Braak, E. Braak:
    Staging of Alzheimer's disease-related neurofibrillary changes.
    Neurobiology of Aging, 1995, 16: 271-278.
  • H. Braak, E. Braak:
    Evolution of the neuropathology of Alzheimer's disease.
    Acta neurologica scandinavica. Supplementum, Copenhagen, 1996, 165: 3-12.
  • H. Braak, E. Braak:
    Argyrophilic grain disease: frequency of occurrence in different age categories and neuropathological diagnostic criteria.
    Journal of Neural Transmission, Wien, 1998, 105: 801-819.
  • Eva Braak (1939-2000).
    Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 2001, 3 (4): 433-434.
  • H. Braak, K. Del Tredici, U. Rüb, R. Aa.I. de Vos, E. N. H. Jansen Steur, E. Braak†:
    Staging of brain pathology related to sporadic Parkinson's disease.
    Neurobiology of Aging, Fayetteville, N.Y, 2003, 24:197-211.

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