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Default Exploring interactions between lipids and amyloid-forming proteins: a review for applying fluorescence and NMR techniques.

Exploring interactions between lipids and amyloid-forming proteins: a review for applying fluorescence and NMR techniques.

Related Articles Exploring interactions between lipids and amyloid-forming proteins: a review for applying fluorescence and NMR techniques.

Chem Phys Lipids. 2021 Feb 15;:105062

Authors: Chang Z, Deng J, Zhao W, Yang J

Abstract
A hallmark of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and other amyloid diseases is the assembly of amyloid proteins into amyloid aggregates or fibrils. In many cases, the formation and cytotoxicity of amyloid assemblies are associated with their interaction with cell membranes. Despite studied for many years, the characterization of the interaction is challenged for reasons on the multiple aggregation states of amyloid-forming proteins, transient and weak interactions in the complex system. As several strategies such as computation biology, spectroscopy, and imaging methods have been performed, there is an urgent need to detail the molecular mechanism in different time scales and high resolutions. This review highlighted the recent applications of fluorescence, solution and solid-state NMR in exploring the interactions between amyloid protein and membranes attributing to their advantages of high sensitivity and atomic resolution.


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