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Novel Treatment Pathway and Candidate for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Tauopathies

Stanford Researchers have discovered a novel signaling pathway that controls the stability of activated forms of PAR-1/MARK kinase, a key component in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s and related tauopathies. The researchers have shown that pharmacologic...
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Stanford Chinese Word Segmenter

This software is a Java implementation of a CRF-based Chinese Word Segmenter that is trainable and comes with trained models for simplified Chinese. Licensing: The Stanford Chinese Word Segmenter is available for download for non-commercial use un...
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