Preliminary study of effects of exogenous amyloid-beta protein 25-35 on mitochondrial function in glial cells of Gallus gallus.

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McKeon, Ryan J., 1995-
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2017-12-04
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neurodegenerative disease. , phase microscopy , primary tissue culture , eric podbelski , tau tangles , tau-441 , aging , phosphorylation , mitochondrial transport , disfunction , dysfunction , dorsal root ganglion , chick embryo , DRG , sympathetic nerve chain , evidence of , neuroprotective , exogenous compounds , mitochondrial abundance , mitochondri- , google , amazon , wendy's , rhodamine 123 , neuron , neurons , glia , intercellular , dissection , protein fragment , apple pie , morris, robert l , neuroscience , chris denorfia , sensory , peripheral
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10 pages. 3 pages; illustrations.
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McKeon, R.J. (2017, Fall). Preliminary study of the effects of amyloid-beta protein 25-35 on mitochondrial function of glial cells in Gallus gallus. Wheaton Journal of Neurobiology Research, 10. Retrieved from:
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Wheaton College. (Norton, Mass.)
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