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Zinc is one of the most important elements for human body. Zinc deficiency can occur in any age, if it is seen in elderly its clinical results can be more harmful due to already diminished functions. Some studies showed zinc...
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Developmental patterning requires the precise interplay of numerous intercellular signaling pathways to ensure that cells are properly specified during tissue formation and organogenesis. The spatiotemporal function of the Notch signaling pathway is strongly influenced by the biosynthesis and intracellular trafficking...
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Alzheimer's disease, is a lethal neurodegenerative pathology, characterized by the formation of soluble neurotoxic oligomers of the human amyloid-beta peptide Abeta which get accumulated forming polymeric extracellular aggregates (so-called amyloid plaques). The isomerized at aspartate 7 isoform of the human...