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By Vladimir N. Uversky, Anthony Fink

Examine exhibits that almost all neurodegenerative illnesses, systemic amyloidoses etc, come up from the misfolding and aggregation of an underlying protein. this can be the 1st publication to debate major achievements in protein structure-function relationships in biochemistry, molecular biology and molecular medication. The authors summarize contemporary development within the figuring out of the relationships among protein misfolding, aggregation and improvement of protein deposition issues.

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