Published in Blood Weekly, October 11th, 1999
"A strong interest is currently focused on protein self-association and deposit," wrote P.L. Sanbiagio and colleagues from the University of Palermo, Italy. "This usually involves conformational changes of the entire protein or of a fragment. It can occur even at low concentrations and is responsible for pathologies such as systemic amyloidosis, Alzheimer's and Prion diseases, and other neurodegenerative pathologies."
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