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By Gilles Grateau (Editor), Robert A. Kyle (Editor), Martha Skinner (Editor)
This authoritative quantity comprises 179 chapters via foreign specialists on contemporary advancements in our figuring out of amyloid proteins, protein folding issues, and new and proposed scientific trials in amyloidosis. issues contain detection and characterization thoughts; organic services; genetics; issues, analysis, and coverings, together with organ transplants and drug remedies; effects from wide scientific reports; and epidemiology. it is a precious source for clinicians who take care of sufferers with systemic and localized kinds of amyloidosis, and for researchers in biochemistry, neurobiology, and mobilephone biology.
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For three of the four mutations predicted to decrease the polymerization propensity, monomers were still present after 20 minutes. Only the last mutant (K331T) polymerizes within the same timeframe as the wild-type protein. CONCLUSIONS The prediction of protein tertiary structure from the amino acid sequence is an eminently complex task, far from being totally settled at present time. However, significant progress is being made, and the models obtained by the different in silico prediction techniques are becoming more and more reliable (12-14).
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Amyloid and Amyloidosis by Gilles Grateau (Editor), Robert A. Kyle (Editor), Martha Skinner (Editor)