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The toxic form of Elk-1 is present in plaque found in brain tissue from an Alzheimer disease patient (red asterisk). A neuronal process of a dying neuron is denoted by the red arrow.

Credit: James Eberwine, PhD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

  The toxic form of Elk-1 is present in plaque found in brain tissue from an Alzheimer disease patient (red asterisk). A neuronal process of a dying neuron is denoted by the red arrow.
 


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