NHE6-depletion corrects ApoE4-mediated synaptic impairments and reduces amyloid plaque load

  1. Theresa Pohlkamp
  2. Xunde Xian
  3. Connie H Wong
  4. Murat S Durakoglugil
  5. Gordon Chandler Werthmann
  6. Takaomi C Saido
  7. Bret M Evers
  8. Charles L White III
  9. Jade Connor
  10. Robert E Hammer
  11. Joachim Herz  Is a corresponding author
  1. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, United States
  2. Riken Center for Brain Science, Japan
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  1. Theresa Pohlkamp
  2. Xunde Xian
  3. Connie H Wong
  4. Murat S Durakoglugil
  5. Gordon Chandler Werthmann
  6. Takaomi C Saido
  7. Bret M Evers
  8. Charles L White III
  9. Jade Connor
  10. Robert E Hammer
  11. Joachim Herz
(2021)
NHE6-depletion corrects ApoE4-mediated synaptic impairments and reduces amyloid plaque load
eLife 10:e72034.
https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.72034