The many faces of amyloid fibres: their detection and regulation by molecular chaperone proteins
Proteins are the molecular machines that control and regulate most of the vital cellular functions in living organisms, and account for about half of the total dry mass of the cell. For a protein to function properly, it must attain its correct conformation and location within the crowded milieu of the cell. A complex set of molecular chaperone proteins assist polypeptides to acquire their native functional fold within the relevant biological timescale....[Show more]
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