Presenilin proteins undergo heterogeneous endoproteolysis between Thr291 and Ala299 and occur as stable N- and C-terminal fragments in normal and Alzheimer brain tissue

Marcia B. Podlisny, Martin Citron, Patricia Amarante, Robin Sherrington, Weiming Xia, Jimin Zhang, Thekla Diehl, George Levesque, Paul Fraser, Christian Haass, Edward H.M. Koo, Peter Seubert, Peter St. George-Hyslop, David B. Teplow, Dennis J. Selkoe

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