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The changes in regulated intramembrane proteolysis of p75NTR elucidated in these studies may have an effect on the balance between TrkA and p75NTR receptors and their respective signalling pathways. This balance is vital in the maintenance of healthy cholinergic neurons. Thus alterations in cleavage of p75NTR may influence this equilibrium in disease states such as Alzheimer’s disease. PC12 cells were stably transfected with familial mutations M146V, A246E and deltaE9 and wild type presenilin 1.

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Design & Methods: We analyzed all available clinical, radiologic, genetic, and pathologic data in all affected individuals in the F147 kindred evaluated and followed by the authors. Results: We previously evaluated a male executive who at age 60 began experiencing frontotemporal dementia and postural tremor. Neuropsychological testing demonstrated impaired learning, memory, and executive functions. MRI revealed left greater than right anterior temporal and bifrontal atrophy as well as diffuse white matter hyperintensities.

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