Rapamycin regulates cholesterol biosynthesis and cytoplasmic ribosomal proteins in hippocampus and temporal lobe of APP/PS1 mouse

As an inhibitor of the immune system and a longevity drug, rapamycin has been suggested as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, although the underlying mechanisms remain to be clarified. To elucidate the mechanisms, we performed a high-throughput quantitative proteomics analysis and bioinformatics analysis of the changes in the proteome profiles of hippocampus and temporal lobe of wild-type mice, APP/PS1 mice and rapamycin-treated APP/PS1 mice (ProteomeXchange: PXD009540). Morris Water Maze tests were used to evaluate the effectiveness of rapamycin in APP/PS1 treatment and Western blot analysis was used to verify the proteomics data.

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