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SNO-y Protein Levels Help Explain Why More Women Develop Alzheimer’s
Female postmortem brains contain more S-nitrosylated C3 proteins, likely linked to menopause, which instruct immune cells to kill neuronal synapses.
SNO-y Protein Levels Help Explain Why More Women Develop Alzheimer’s
SNO-y Protein Levels Help Explain Why More Women Develop Alzheimer’s

Female postmortem brains contain more S-nitrosylated C3 proteins, likely linked to menopause, which instruct immune cells to kill neuronal synapses.

Female postmortem brains contain more S-nitrosylated C3 proteins, likely linked to menopause, which instruct immune cells to kill neuronal synapses.

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