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Default Structures of Pathological and Functional Amyloids and Prions, a Solid-State NMR Perspective

Structures of Pathological and Functional Amyloids and Prions, a Solid-State NMR Perspective

Infectious proteins or prions are a remarkable class of pathogens, where pathogenicity and infectious state correspond to conformational transition of a protein fold. The conformational change translates into the formation by the protein of insoluble amyloid aggregates, associated in humans with various neurodegenerative disorders and systemic protein-deposition diseases. The prion principle, however, is not limited to pathogenicity. While pathological amyloids (and prions) emerge from protein...

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