Using neurolipidomics to identify phospholipid mediators of synaptic (dys)function in Alzheimer's Disease

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Not all of the mysteries of life lie in our genetic code. Some can be found buried in our membranes. These shells of fat, sculpted in the central nervous system into the cellular (and subcellular) boundaries of neurons and glia, are themselves complex systems of information. The diversity of neural phospholipids, coupled with their chameleon-like capacity… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fphys.2013.00168

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