Fowler DM and Kelly JW (2009) Aggregating knowledge about prions and amyloid. Cell 137(1):20-2
Abstract: Prions, self-propagating protein structures that can be transmitted between cells and different organisms, usually consist of ordered protein aggregates. Alberti et al. (2009) now present a systematic approach for the discovery of new prions that expands the spectrum of their biological functions.
|Status: Published||Type: Comment | Journal Article||PubMed ID: 19345180|
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