Amyloid protein

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Amyloid protein - an insoluble, fibrous aggregate of misfolded proteins or protein fragments. These fibrillar structures usually exhibit a cross-beta-sheet conformation. Deposition of amyloid aggregates is associated with a number of pathologies including amyloidosis and several neurodegenerative disorders. Also see amyloid

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