By Ronald Wetzel, Indu Kheterpal
The facility of polypeptides to shape then again folded, polymeric buildings comparable to amyloids and similar aggregates is being more and more well-known as an incredible new frontier in protein learn. This new quantity of Methods in Enzymology in addition to half B (volume 412) on Amyloid, Prions and different Protein Aggregates proceed within the culture of the 1st quantity (309) in containing special protocols and methodological insights, supplied by means of leaders within the box, into the newest equipment for investigating the buildings, mechanisms of formation, and organic actions of this crucial type of protein assemblies.
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