Full Name
NAGAENDRAN KANDIAH
Variants
Kandiah, N.
 
Main Affiliation
 
 
Email
gmsnk@nus.edu.sg
 

Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12015Association analysis of COQ2 variant in dementia and essential tremorChao Y.X. ; Ng E.Y.L.; Li H. ; Nagaendran K. ; Yih Y. ; Chong M.S.; Prakash K.M. ; Tan L. ; Au W.L. ; Zhao Y.; Zhou Z.D. ; Tio M.; Pavanni R. ; Tan E.K. 
2Jan-2014Carotid stenosis: A risk factor for cerebral white-matter diseaseKandiah, N. ; Goh, O.; Mak, E.; Marmin, M.; Ng, A.
32018Case-control analysis of leucine-rich repeat kinase 2 protective variants in Alzheimer's diseaseNg A.S.L. ; Ng E.Y.L.; Tan Y.J. ; Kandiah N. ; Zhou J. ; Hameed S. ; Ting S.K.S. ; Tan E.-K. 
415-Feb-2014Cerebral white matter disease is independently associated with BPSD in Alzheimer's diseaseKandiah, N. ; Chander, R.; Zhang, A.; Yee, C.C.
5Jul-2013Cerebral white matter hyperintensity in Parkinson's disease: A major risk factor for mild cognitive impairmentKandiah, N. ; Mak, E.; Ng, A.; Huang, S.; Au, W.L. ; Sitoh, Y.Y.; Tan, L.C.S. 
62016Chronic cerebral hypoperfusion enhances Tau hyperphosphorylation and reduces autophagy in Alzheimers disease miceQiu L. ; Ng G.; Tan E.K. ; Liao P. ; Kandiah N. ; Zeng L. 
72014Cognitive deficits in mild Parkinson's disease are associated with distinct areas of grey matter atrophyMak, E.; Zhou, J. ; Tan, L.C.S.; Au, W.L. ; Sitoh, Y.Y.; Kandiah, N. 
815-Oct-2011Frontal subcortical ischemia is crucial for post stroke cognitive impairmentKandiah, N. ; Wiryasaputra, L.; Narasimhalu, K. ; Karandikar, A.; Marmin, M.; Chua, E.V.; Sitoh, Y.-Y.
9Mar-2013Post-stroke subjective cognitive impairment is associated with acute lacunar infarcts in the basal gangliaNarasimhalu, K. ; Wiryasaputra, L.; Sitoh, Y.-Y.; Kandiah, N. 
102018Targeted exome sequencing reveals homozygous TREM2 R47C mutation presenting with behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia without bone involvementNg A.S.L.; Tan Y.J. ; Yi Z.; Tandiono M.; Chew E.; Dominguez J.; Macas M.; Ng E.; Hameed S. ; Ting S. ; Tan E.K. ; Foo J.N.; Kandiah N.