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<languages /><translate> — a protein with beta-pleated sheets, which aggregate to form the characteristic clumps (called plaques) that appear in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease. Other proteins that form aggregates are tau proteins also seen in Alzheimer’s disease, and alpha-synuclein present in dementia with Lewy Body and in Parkinson’s Disease.


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