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      The Loss of α- and β-Tubulin Proteins Are a Pathological Hallmark of Chronic Alcohol Consumption and Natural Brain Ageing 

      Labisso, Wajana L.; Raulin, Ana-Caroline; Nwidu, Lucky L.; Kocon, Artur; Wayne, Declan; Erdozain Fernández, Amaia Maite; Morentin Campillo, Benito; Schwendener, Daniela; Allen, George; Enticott, Jack; Gerdes, Henry K.; Johnson, Laura; Grzeskowiak, John; Drizou, Fryni; Tarbox, Rebecca; Osna, Natalia A.; Kharbanda, Kusum K.; Callado Hernando, Luis Felipe; Carter, Wayne G. (MDPI, 2018-09)
      Repetitive excessive alcohol intoxication leads to neuronal damage and brain shrinkage. We examined cytoskeletal protein expression in human post-mortem tissue from Brodmann's area 9 of the prefrontal cortex (PFC). Brain ...