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We thank Dr. Y. N. Jan (University of California, San Francisco) for m-Numb plasmids, Chad Moore for providing CM115 protease inhibitor, and C. J. Smith for help with cell cultures. This work was supported by grants PO AG 15379 and AG 14744 from the National Institutes of Health.

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