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Growing evidence suggests that perturbations of some of these activities may also contribute to AD pathogenesis and neurodegeneration. As such, it will be important to continue to investigate the normal function of APP. References Abad-Rodriguez J, Ledesma MD, Craessaerts K, Perga S, Medina M, Delacourte A, Dingwall C, De Strooper B, Dotti CG (2004) J Cell Biol 167:953–960. Allinson TM, Parkin ET, Turner AJ, Hooper NM (2003) J Neurosci Res 74:342–352. Ando K, Iijima KI, Elliott JI, Kirino Y, Suzuki T (2001) J Biol Chem 276:40353–40361.
2003). Thus, all four proteins are indispensable for APP and Notch processing. Indeed, expression of any combination of three proteins did not enhance γ -secretase activity, while the four proteins expressed together in mammalian or ﬂy cells (Kimberly et al. 2003; Takasugi et al. 2003) cause increased γ -secretase cleavage of APP or Notch. In yeast cells that lack the four γ -secretase components, coexpression of all four human proteins reconstitutes γ -secretase activity (Edbauer et al. 2003).
1991). However, subsequent studies indicated that mutations in APP account only for a small fraction of FAD cases. 3) was identiﬁed by positional cloning (Sherrington et al. 1995). 2) could cause FAD as well (Levy-Lahad et al. 1995; Rogaev et al. 1995). Studies in transgenic mice (Borchelt et al. 1996; Duff et al. 1996) and cultured cells (Citron et al. 1997; Scheuner et al. 1996; Tomita et al. 1997) have revealed that expression of FAD-linked PS variants elevates Aβ42/Aβ40 ratios. Moreover, transgenic mice that co-express FAD-mutant PS1 and APP develop amyloid plaques much earlier than age-matched mutant APP mice (Borchelt et al.