Post-mortem Alzheimer’s diseased brain specimens reveals significant levels of Aβ (11-40/42) within insoluble amyloid pools. The β-secretaseEnzyme or β-amyloid precursor protein-cleavingEnzyme (BACE) generates the N terminus of Aβ, ultimately leading to the production of full-length Aβ (1-40/42) or truncated Aβ (11-40/42). The abundance of Aβ (11-40/42) produced by BACE suggests that their roles in AD pathogenesis may be important.
Proteins and peptides
Peak Area by HPLC ≥95%
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