Reduced GAP-43 message levels are associated with increased neurofibrillary tangle density in the frontal association cortex (area 9) in Alzheimer's disease

Paul D. Coleman, Ann Marie Kazee, Lowell Lapham, Thomas Eskin, Kathryn Rogers

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