Do astrocytes collaborate with neurons in spreading the "infectious" Aβ and Tau drivers of Alzheimer's disease?

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DOIResolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.1177/1073858414529828
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  1. National Research Council Canada. Human Health Therapeutics
TypeArticle
Journal titleNeuroscientist
ISSN1073-8584
Volume21
Issue1
Pages929; # of pages: 21
Subjectamyloid beta protein; amyloid beta protein[1-42]; amyloid beta protein[25-35]; calcium antagonist; calcium sensing receptor; monomer; neuroprotective agent; nootropic agent; nps 2143; oligomer; tau protein; Alzheimer disease; astrocyte; brain cortex; cell interaction; cognition; default mode network; human; nerve cell; nerve cell degeneration; neuropathology; neuroprotection; protein function; protein phosphorylation; protein secretion; senile plaque
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