Tyrone Genade

Tyrone Genade

Orange City, Iowa


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Published on Feb 24, 2016

Evidence for alpha-synucleinopathy in N. furzeri Gonarezhou

Micrograph of Nothobranchius brain stained with DAB through immunohistochemistry. Sections were treated with 88% formic acid to reveal pathological alpha-synuclein protein. Neurons ...

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Published on May 28, 2015

Some results

Central regulation of food intake during aging in the teleost fish Nothobranchius furzeri Montesano A, Arcamone N, Genade T, De Girolamo P The mechanisms deputed to energetic control have been sele...

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Published on Sep 04, 2014

Status of funding

Good day,On Monday I was notified by my HOD that the the anti-GFAP and anti-actin antibodies would be purchased by my department. I had requested this as I would be using them in my up-coming cours...

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Published on Sep 01, 2014

Future Research

Hello,I don’t have any new results to share from my currentexperiments so I thought I would share a flashy picture and explain what workis in the pipeline. This is an image of a sect...

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Published on Aug 25, 2014

Some more survival data

Well, the calorie restriction experiments we have going have yielded some data. Resveratrol and Nutraceutical-X have about the same effect as a 50% reduction in calorie intake. For ...

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Published on Aug 18, 2014

Do these fish develop a Parkinson's Disease like pathology?

The above blot shows that as the fish age they accumulate alpha-synuclein protein as heavier oligomers (the higher up on the blot the band is, the heavier the protein; an oligomer i...

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Reply to:Carl KennerCarl Kenner
That is an excellent question! Whether or not the effects are additive or not I don't know. I am planning a CR + supplement experiment to find out if this is the case. I will probably do the experiment with resveratrol and X. This is the more interesting experiment to do. We know that if we in...more
A friend of mine was searching for antibiotic compounds from snake skin (using discarded shed snake skins) and did fine antimicrobial activity in his extracts. Then the funding ran out... I'm sure you will find something, Mark, if you get the funding.