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Atypical PKC, PKC?/?, activates ß-secretase and increases Aß1-40/42 and phospho-tau in mouse brain and isolated neuronal cells, and may link hyperinsulinemia and other aPKC activators to development of pathological and memory abnormalities in Alzheimer's disease.

Atypical PKC, PKC?/?, activates ß-secretase and increases Aß1-40/42 and phospho-tau in mouse brain and isolated neuronal cells, and may link hyperinsulinemia and other aPKC activators to development of pathological and memory abnormalities in Alzheimer's disease. Neurobiol Aging. 2018 01; 61:225-237.

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