Dissociation from the Oligomeric State Is the Rate-limiting Step in Fibril Formation by K-Casein
Amyloid fibrils are aggregated and precipitated forms of protein in which the protein exists in highly ordered, long, unbranching threadlike formations that are stable and resistant to degradation by proteases. Fibril formation is an ordered process that
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