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Physiological Role of Amyloid Beta in Neural Cells: The Cellular Trophic Activity

By M. del C. Cárdenas-Aguayo, M. del C. Silva-Lucero, M. Cortes-Ortiz, B. Jiménez-Ramos, L. Gómez-Virgilio, G. Ramírez-Rodríguez, E. Vera- Arroyo, R. Fiorentino-Pérez, U. García, J. Luna-Muñoz and M.A. Meraz-Ríos

Submitted: September 19th 2013Reviewed: November 20th 2013Published: April 23rd 2014

DOI: 10.5772/57398

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M. del C. Cárdenas-Aguayo, M. del C. Silva-Lucero, M. Cortes-Ortiz, B. Jiménez-Ramos, L. Gómez-Virgilio, G. Ramírez-Rodríguez, E. Vera- Arroyo, R. Fiorentino-Pérez, U. García, J. Luna-Muñoz and M.A. Meraz-Ríos (April 23rd 2014). Physiological Role of Amyloid Beta in Neural Cells: The Cellular Trophic Activity, Neurochemistry Thomas Heinbockel, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/57398. Available from:

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