Maria Svelto

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Aquaporin-4 (AQP4) exists as two major isoforms that differ in the length of the N terminus, the shorter AQP4-M23 and the longer AQP4-M1. Both isoforms form tetramers, which can further aggregate in(More)
Recent studies indicate a key role of aquaporin (AQP) 4 in astrocyte swelling and brain edema and suggest that AQP4 inhibition may be a new therapeutic way for reducing cerebral water accumulation.(More)