Published in Genomics and Genetics Weekly, February 25th, 2005
"PS1 is an important determinant of the gamma-secretase activity necessary for the generation of P-amyloid (AR), likely the central pathogenic molecule in Alzheimer's disease. Most presenilin is rapidly degraded, and determinants of the level of the active cleaved form are unknown. We examined the influence of fatty acids on PS1 levels and T-secretase activity using stably transfected CHO cells that express human PS1 and the human amyloid precursor protein," reported Y.Z. Liu...
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