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Table 1 Classification of human hippocampal brain sections

From: Amyloid beta protein-induced zinc sequestration leads to synaptic loss via dysregulation of the ProSAP2/Shank3 scaffold

Case Case Code Age Gender Pmi [h] CDR MMSE BraakNFT BraakNP Diagnosis
Control 1 99-111 75 M 6 0 29 1 1 C
Control 2 00-96 91 W 10 0 28 2 1 C
Control 3 02-55 82 M 4.5 0 28 2 1 C
Control 4 99-121 82 M 7 0.5 26 1 1 C
MCI 1 00-37 90 W 4 0.5 28 2 1 MCI
MCI 2 00-33 77 W 8 0.5 27 2 2 MCI
MCI 3 00-61 87 W 8 0.5 27 2 1 MCI
MCI 4 99-105 85 M 4.5 0.5 20 3 1 MCI
AD 1 99-68 88 M 8 2 13 3 3 AD
AD 2 00-58 85 M 6 2 20 4 2 AD
AD 3 99-96 90 M 2 2 10 6 3 AD
AD 4 98-15 85 W 11 3 11 6 4 AD
AD 5 99-67 95 W 3 3 0 5 4 AD
AD 6 99-98 102 W 11 3 0 6 4 AD
  1. Hippocampal sections of human brains were used and classified as "Control", "MCI" and "AD" (m: man; w: woman; pmi: postmortem interval; CDR: Clinical Dementia Rating score; MMSE: Mini-Mental State Examination score; BraakNFT; neurofibrillary tangles Braak score; BraakNP: neuritic plaques Braak score; C: Control; MCI: mild cognitive impairment; AD: severe Alzheimer's disease).