Fredrik Kartberg

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Intracellular transport has remained central to cell biology now for more than 40 years. Despite this, we still lack an overall mechanistic framework that describes transport in different parts of the cell. In the secretory pathway, basic questions, such as how biosynthetic cargo traverses the pathway, are still debated. Historically, emphasis was first put(More)
Immunotherapy is a promising strategy for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Antibodies directed against Amyloid Beta (Aβ) are able to successfully clear plaques and reverse cognitive deficits in mouse models. Excitement towards this approach has been tempered by high profile failures in the clinic, one key issue has been the development of(More)
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