NewsDiverse amyloid structures and dynamics revealed by
high-speed atomic force microscopy

3rd August 2020by admin0
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In the human body, proteins sometimes occur in
fibrillar aggregates called amyloids. Although certain amyloids are
known to have a biological function, amyloid formation is often
associated with pathologies, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
diseases. Understanding how exactly amyloid fibrils form is crucial
for gaining insights into the development of such diseases and for
advancing with treatment approaches.

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