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Evidence that the 42- and 40-amino acid forms of amyloid beta protein are generated from the beta-amyloid precursor protein by different protease activities.
Detection of soluble forms of the beta-amyloid precursor protein in human plasma.
A de novo designed helix-turn-helix peptide forms nontoxic amyloid fibrils.
Pink1 forms a multiprotein complex with Miro and Milton, linking Pink1 function to mitochondrial trafficking.
Synthetic peptide homologous to beta protein from Alzheimer disease forms amyloid-like fibrils in vitro.
In vivo cross-linking reveals principally oligomeric forms of a-synuclein and ß-synuclein in neurons and non-neural cells.
Biochemical and immunohistochemical analysis of an Alzheimer's disease mouse model reveals the presence of multiple cerebral Abeta assembly forms throughout life.
C-Terminally Truncated Forms of Tau, But Not Full-Length Tau or Its C-Terminal Fragments, Are Released from Neurons Independently of Cell Death.
Pathogenic Mechanisms of Cell-Derived Abeta Oligomers
A new look at mechanism-based Alzheimer's Disease biomarkers in blood
Pathological Changes of Alpha-Synuclein Structure in the Brain