Presenilin mutations associated with Alzheimer disease cause defective intracellular trafficking of β-catenin, a component of the presenilin protein complex

M. Nishimura, G. Yu, G. Levesque, D. M. Zhang, L. Ruel, F. Chen, P. Milman, E. Holmes, Y. Liang, T. Kawakai, E. Jo, A. Supala, E. Rogaeva, D. M. Xu, C. Janus, L. Levesque, Q. Bi, M. Duthie, R. Rozmahel, K. MattilaL. Lannfelt, D. Westaway, H. T J Mount, J. Woodgett, P. E. Fraser, P. St. George-Hyslop

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