• Are the Neuroprotective Effects of Exercise Training Systemically Mediated? 

      Tari, Atefe R; Norevik, Cecilie Skarstad; Scrimgeour, Nathan Robert; Kobro-Flatmoen, Asgeir; Storm-Mathisen, Jon; Bergersen, Linda Hildegard; Wrann, Christiane D; Selbæk, Geir; Kivipelt, Miia; Moreira, Jose Bianco Nascimento; Wisloff, Ulrik (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      To date there is no cure available for dementia, and the field calls for novel therapeutic targets. A rapidly growing body of literature suggests that regular endurance training and high cardiorespiratory fitness attenuate ...
    • Comparative Contemplations on the Hippocampus 

      Witter, Menno; Kleven, Heidi; Kobro-Flatmoen, Asgeir (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      The hippocampus in mammals is a morphologically well-defined structure, and so are its main subdivisions. To define the homologous structure in other vertebrate clades, using these morphological criteria has been difficult, ...
    • Entorhinal cell-specific changes as an initial cause of Alzheimer's disease 

      Kobro-Flatmoen, Asgeir (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2017:74, Doctoral thesis, 2017)
      Evidence shows that Alzheimer’s disease (AD) begins with subtle and anatomically restricted pathological changes within the brain, ultimately leading to widespread neuronal loss and dementia. While high numbers of ...
    • Establishing lateral entorhinal cortex layer II-neuron cultures as a tool for the investigation of early Alzheimer's disease related changes 

      Hanssen, Katrine Sjaastad (Master thesis, 2019)
      Alzheimer’s disease is a slowly progressing and ultimately fatal neurodegenerative disease affecting more than 46 million people worldwide in 2018. The entorhinal cortex (EC), in particular the layer II of the domains ...
    • Neuronal chemo‐architecture of the entorhinal cortex: A comparative review 

      Kobro-Flatmoen, Asgeir; Witter, Menno (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The identification of neuronal markers, that is, molecules selectively present in subsets of neurons, contributes to our understanding of brain areas and the networks within them. Specifically, recognizing the distribution ...