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The Structure, Stability, and Folding Process of Amyloidogenic Mutant Human Lysozyme

AmyLoad: website dedicated to amyloidogenic protein fragments

WALTZ-DB: a benchmark database of amyloidogenic hexapeptides

AmyPro: a database of proteins with validated amyloidogenic regions

Identification and characterization of PKCγ, a kinase associated with SCA14, as an amyloidogenic protein

Characterization of Recombinant Amyloidogenic Chicken Cystatin Mutant I66Q Expressed in Yeast

FoldAmyloid: a method of prediction of amyloidogenic regions from protein sequence

Amyloidogenic medin induces endothelial dysfunction and vascular inflammation through the receptor for advanced glycation endproducts

Inhibition of phagocytosis reduced the classical activation of BV2 microglia induced by amyloidogenic fragments of beta-amyloid and prion proteins

Understanding the relationship between the primary structure of proteins and their amyloidogenic propensity: clues from inclusion body formation

The role of tryptophan in protein fibrillogenesis: relevance of Trp7 and Trp14 to the amyloidogenic properties of myoglobin

SCG10 promotes non-amyloidogenic processing of amyloid precursor protein by facilitating its trafficking to the cell surface

Accelerated Senile Amyloidosis Induced by Amyloidogenic ApoA-II Gene Shortens the Life Span of Mice But Does Not Accelerate the Rate of Senescence

Sildenafil Decreases BACE1 and Cathepsin B Levels and Reduces APP Amyloidogenic Processing in the SAMP8 Mouse

Exposure to As-, Cd-, and Pb-Mixture Induces Aβ, Amyloidogenic APP Processing and Cognitive Impairments via Oxidative Stress-Dependent Neuroinflammation in Young Rats

Importance of the positively charged residue at position 54 to the chaperoning function, conformational stability and amyloidogenic nature of human αA-crystallin

The chaperone-like protein 14-3-3η interacts with human α-synuclein aggregation intermediates rerouting the amyloidogenic pathway and reducing α-synuclein cellular toxicity

Epigallocatechin-3-gallate and related phenol compounds redirect the amyloidogenic aggregation pathway of ataxin-3 towards non-toxic aggregates and prevent toxicity in neural cells and Caenorhabditis elegans animal model


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Describing a protein that contains or can form an antiparallel beta‐sheet structure that aggregates to form nonbranching fibrils of amyloid. These fibrils stain with Congo Red and occur in extracellular ...

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