Joy L Nerhus

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Growing evidence suggests that soluble Aβ species can drive Alzheimer disease (AD) pathogenesis by inducing a cascade of events including tau hyperphosphorylation, proteasome impairment, and synaptic dysfunction. However, these studies have relied largely on in vitro approaches to examine the role of soluble Aβ in AD. In particular, it remains unknown(More)
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