The two-faced nature of milk casein proteins: amyloid fibril formation and chaperone-like activity
Molecular chaperones are a diverse group of proteins that stabilise partially folded target proteins to prevent their misfolding, aggregation and potential precipitation under conditions of cellular stress, e.g. elevated temperature. Protein aggregation,
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