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fibrillogenesis

Definitions

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  • n. The development of the fibrils in connective tissue

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Examples

  • Picotti P, Franceschi GD, Frare E, Spolaore B, Zambonin M, et al. (2007) Amyloid fibril formation and disaggregation of fragment 1-29 of apomyoglobin: insights into the effect of pH on protein fibrillogenesis.

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  • Hartley DM, Kusumoto Y, Fezoui Y, Condron MM, et al. (1999) Amyloid β-protein fibrillogenesis.

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  • The in vitro formation of MstnPP aggregates and amyloid species suggests a similar phenomenon could occur in vivo having a negative effect on cell viability and/or assisting in Aβ fibrillogenesis.

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  • The ellipticity for the spectrum is comparatively low, similar to that observed in the fibrillogenesis of Aβ

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  • Wypych J, Steavenson S, Louis JC, Citron M, et al. (1999) alpha-synuclein fibrillogenesis is nucleation-dependent.

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  • Chatechol derivatives including dopamine have been shown to inhibit AS fibrillogenesis causing accumulation of oligomeric species,

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  • Previous studies have established the ratio of Aβ40 to Aβ42 as an important factor in determining the fibrillogenesis, toxicity, and pathological distribution of Aβ.

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  • Krishnan S, Chi EY, Wood SJ, Kendrick BS, Li C, et al. (2003) Oxidative dimer formation is the critical rate-limiting step for Parkinson's disease alpha-synuclein fibrillogenesis.

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  • Dahlgren KN, Krafft GA, LaDu MJ (2003) In vitro characterization of conditions for amyloid-beta peptide oligomerization and fibrillogenesis.

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