Alpha-T-catenin is expressed in human brain and interacts with the Wnt signaling pathway but is not responsible for linkage to chromosome 10 in Alzheimer's disease.

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@article{Busby2004AlphaTcateninIE, title={Alpha-T-catenin is expressed in human brain and interacts with the Wnt signaling pathway but is not responsible for linkage to chromosome 10 in Alzheimer's disease.}, author={Victoria Busby and Steven Goossens and P. Nowotny and Gillian Hamilton and Scott Smemo and Denise H. Harold and Dragana Turic and Luke Jehu and Amanda Myers and Meredith Womick and Daniel Woo and D. M. James Compton and Lisa M. Doil and Kristina M. Tacey and Kit F. Lau and Safa Al-Saraj and R Killick and Stuart M. Pickering-Brown and Pamela J. Moore and Paul Hollingworth and Nicola Archer and Catherine M. L. Foy and Sarah E. Walter and Corrine Lendon and Takeshi Iwatsubo and John C. Morris and Joanne B. Norton and David M. A. Mann and Barbara Janssens and John Hardy and Michael C. O'Donovan and Lesley Jones and Julie Williams and Peter Holmans and Michael J. Owen and Andrew Grupe and John Francis Powell and Jolanda van Hengel and Alison M. Goate and Frans van Roy and Simon Lovestone}, journal={Neuromolecular medicine}, year={2004}, volume={5 2}, pages={133-46} }