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The long term adenoviral expression of the human amyloid precursor protein shows different secretase activities in rat cortical neurons and astrocytes.

Bibliographic reference Macq, A F ; Czech, C. ; Essalmani, R ; Brion, J P ; Maron, A ; et. al. The long term adenoviral expression of the human amyloid precursor protein shows different secretase activities in rat cortical neurons and astrocytes.. In: The Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 273, no. 44, p. 28931-6 (1998)
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