Alzheimer's disease (AD) is characterized by the deposition of insoluble amyloid plaques in the neuropil composed of highly stable, self-assembled Amyloid-beta (Abeta) fibrils. Copper has been implicated to play a role in Alzheimer's disease. Dimers of Abeta have been isolated from AD brain and have been shown to be neurotoxic. Abeta dimers may be stabilized by dityrosine crosslinking. These results indicate that dityrosine cross-links may play an important role in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease and can be generated by reactive oxygen species catalyzed by Cu 2+ ions. The observation of increased Abeta and dityrosine in CSF from AD patients suggests that this could be used as a potential biomarker of oxidative stress in AD. Proceeds from the sale of this book go to the support of an elderly disabled person.
In a world where being a couple is being promoted, where being in a relationship is the "in" thing, single women often feel left out and have the pressure to find someone. As women, we end up meeting the wrong people and settling for second best, as we feel that God has forgotten us.
Learn how to:
be content in your singleness and fall more in love with God
be joyful in the NOW
prepare for the season that you are in (by reading, listening to preaching on being single or marriage)
Being single is not a curse but a gift, and we should look at it that way.
"Love, Relentlessly" is a collection of poems inspired by love in all its glory. The good, the bad & the ugly. The pieces describe love, lust, heartbreak & self-love/hate in a raw & uncensored manner. From empowering to pitiful, Love, Relentlessly touches every struggle, triumph & tragedy that a woman goes through in regards to loving herself and/or someone else."I'll write what we dare not speak aloud, I'll be the one utilizing my platform to talk about good sex, the facade of love, self-hate, heartbreaks, & happily ever after. I got us." -Robin G
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