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The cleaved amino-terminal fragment of human amyloid precursor protein (N-APP) binds death receptor 6 (DR6) and triggers a caspase-dependent self-destruction process, which was suggested to contribute to Alzheimer's disease. To investigate the N-APP-DR6-induced degeneration pathway at the molecular level, obtaining abundant and purified N-APP is fundamental(More)
Cytoplasmic transduction peptide (CTP) is a newly designed transduction peptide, by which special molecules can be carried out and localized into cytoplasmic compartment. Superoxide dismutase (SOD) is a protein that is difficult to go into cytoplasm. In this study, CTP-SOD fusion gene was amplified from human cDNA by PCR, and the active recombinant protein(More)
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