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Glycines from the APP GXXXG/GXXXA transmembrane motifs promote formation of pathogenic AB oligomers in cells

Bibliographic reference Decock, Marie ; Stanga, Serena ; Octave, Jean-Noël ; Dewachter, Ilse ; Smith, Steven O. ; et. al. Glycines from the APP GXXXG/GXXXA transmembrane motifs promote formation of pathogenic AB oligomers in cells. In: Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience,
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