β-amyloid peptide

'β-amyloid peptide' can also refer to...

β‐amyloid peptide

β-amyloid peptide precursor

β‐amyloid peptide precursor

Amyloid precursor protein-induced axonopathies are independent of amyloid-β peptides

Treatment with controlled-release lovastatin decreases serum concentrations of human β-amyloid (Aβ) peptide

CSF amyloid-β-peptides in Alzheimer's disease, dementia with Lewy bodies and Parkinson's disease dementia

Vaccination with amyloid‐β peptide induces autoimmune encephalomyelitis in C57/BL6 mice

AIP-1 ameliorates β-amyloid peptide toxicity in a Caenorhabditis elegans Alzheimer's disease model

Amyloid-β peptide-induced cytotoxicity and mitochondrial dysfunction in yeast

Amyloid-β peptide (1–42) aggregation induced by copper ions under acidic conditions

Molecular modeling of the amyloid-β-peptide using the homology to a fragment of triosephosphate isomerase that forms amyloid in vitro

Amyloid β peptides mediate physiological remodelling of the acute O2 sensitivity of adrenomedullary chromaffin cells following chronic hypoxia

Dysregulation of TrkB Receptors and BDNF Function by Amyloid-β Peptide is Mediated by Calpain

Clearance of Extracellular and Cell-Associated Amyloid β Peptide through Viral Expression of Neprilysin in Primary Neurons

Quantitative analysis of amyloid-β peptides in cerebrospinal fluid using immunoprecipitation and MALDI-Tof mass spectrometry

pH-Dependent Aggregate Forms and Conformation of Alzheimer Amyloid β-Peptide (12–24)

Soluble amyloid-β peptides potently disrupt hippocampal synaptic plasticity in the absence of cerebrovascular dysfunction in vivo

Mutant presenilins specifically elevate the levels of the 42 residue β-amyloid peptide in vivo: evidence for augmentation of a 42-specific γ secretase

Biochemical Identification of the Neutral Endopeptidase Family Member Responsible for the Catabolism of Amyloid β Peptide in the Brain


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A glycoprotein associated with Alzheimer's disease, and derived from a precursor, A4, capable of several forms through alternative splicing.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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