Amyloid Fibril Interaction

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Amyloid Fibril Interaction


Amyloid Fibril Interaction involves temporary non-covalent binding of a molecule through intermolecular physical forces of attraction with insoluble forms of a secretase-processed metal ion-binding type I cell surface glycoprotein (APP Family) required for endocytosis and basolateral sorting; important in developing synapses, for cell mobility, adhesion, and axonogenesis; and Notch signaling inhibitor, copper homeostasis regulator, transcription activator, and apoptosis enhancer. Phenomenon or Process

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