Sting and p53 DNA Repair Pathways Are Compromised in Alzheimer’s Disease

Scientists reported that the monomer:dimer ratio of phosphorylated p53 increased by 2.86-fold in the temporal lobes of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) patients compared to age-matched controls, indicating that p53 oligomerization was compromised in AD.
[Scientific Reports]
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