Publicaties

  • Study protocol. ICC-dementia (International Centenarian Consortium – dementia): an international consortium to determine the prevalence and incidence of dementia in centenarians across diverse ethnoracial and sociocultural groups. Brodaty H, Woolf C, Andersen S, Barzilai N, Brayne C, Siu-Lan Cheung K, Corrada MM, Crawford JD, Daly C, Gondo Y, Hagberg B, Hirose N, Holstege H, Kawas C, Kaye J, Kochan NA, Hi-Po Lau B, Lucca U, Marcon G, Matin P, Poon LW, Richmond R, Robine JM, Skoog I, Slavin, MJ, Szewieczek J, Tettamanti M, ViƱa, J, Perls T, Sachdev PS. BMC Neurology. 2016, 16:52. click here

 

  • Somatic mutations found in the healthy blood compartment of a 115-yr-old woman demonstrate oligoclonal hematopoiesis. Holstege H, Pfeiffer W, Sie D, Hulsman M, Nicholas TJ, Lee CC, Ross T, Lin J, Miller MA, Ylstra B, Meijers-Heijboer H, Brugman MH, Staal FJ, Holstege G, Reinders MJ, Harkins TT, Levy S, Sistermans EA. Genome Res. 2014May;24(5):733-42. click here

 

  • Somatic mutations found in the healthy blood compartment of a 115-yr-old woman demonstrate oligoclonal hematopoiesis. Holstege H, Pfeiffer W, Sie D, Hulsman M, Nicholas TJ, Lee CC, Ross T, Lin J, Miller MA, Ylstra B, Meijers-Heijboer H, Brugman MH, Staal FJ, Holstege G, Reinders MJ, Harkins TT, Levy S, Sistermans EA. Genome Res. 2014May;24(5):733-42. click here

 

  • No disease in the brain of a 115-year-old woman. den Dunnen WF, Brouwer WH, Bijlard E, Kamphuis J, van Linschoten K, Eggens-Meijer E, Holstege G. Neurobiol Aging. 2008Aug;29(8):1127-32. click here

 

  • Neurofibrillary changes of the Alzheimer type in very elderly individuals: neither inevitable nor benign: Commentary on “No disease in the brain of a 115-year-old woman”. Del Tredici K, Braak H. Neurobiol Aging. 2008 Aug;29(8):1133-6. click here

 

  • Clinicopathologic correlates in the oldest-old: Commentary on “No disease in the brain of a 115-year-old woman”. Giannakopoulos P, Bouras C, Hof PR. Neurobiol Aging. 2008Aug;29(8):1137-9. click here

 

  • What does it take to stay healthy past 100?: Commentary on “No disease in the brain of a 115-year-old woman”. Price JL. Neurobiol Aging. 2008 Aug;29(8):1140-2. click here
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