α-T-Catenin Is Expressed in Human Brain and Interacts with the Wnt Signaling Pathway but Is Not Responsible for Linkage to Chromosome 10 in Alzheimer's Disease

Victoria Busby, Steven Goossens, Petra Nowotny, Gillian Hamilton, Scott Smemo, Denise Harold, Dragana Turic, Luke Jehu, Amanda Myers, Meredith Womick, Daniel Woo, Danielle Compton, Lisa M. Doil, Kristina M. Tacey, Kit F. Lau, Safa Al-Saraj, Richard Killick, Stuart Pickering-Brown, Pamela Moore, Paul HollingworthNicola Archer, Catherine Foy, Sarah Walter, Corrine Lendon, Takeshi Iwatsubo, John C. Morris, Joanne Norton, David Mann, Barbara Janssens, John Hardy, Michael O'Donovan, Lesley Jones, Julie Williams, Peter Holmans, Michael J. Owen, Andrew Grupe, John Powell, Jolanda Van Hengel, Alison Goate, Frans Van Roy, Simon Lovestone

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