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From synaptic spines to nuclear signaling: nuclear and synaptic actions of the amyloid precursor protein.

Bibliographic reference Octave, Jean-Noël ; Pierrot, Nathalie ; Ferao Santos, Susana ; Nalivaeva, Natalia N ; Turner, Anthony J. From synaptic spines to nuclear signaling: nuclear and synaptic actions of the amyloid precursor protein.. In: Journal of Neurochemistry, Vol. Online First (2013)
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