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Protein Aggregation and Deposition: Implications for Ion Channel Formation and Membrane Damage

Kourie, Joseph; Henry, Christine


Protein deposition, aggregation, and formation of amyloids are associated with a wide range of pathologies, including several neurodegenerative diseases. Aggregation and deposition are a result of malfunction in protein folding, assembly, and transport, caused by protein mutation and/or changes in the cell environment. The mechanism of protein deposition and aggregation is triggered when the hydrophobic and positively charged regions of the misfolded proteins are exposed. The cells aim to...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2001
Type: Journal article
Source: Croatian Medical Journal


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