Chia-Lin Winchester

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Sup35p of Saccharomyces cerevisiae can form the [PSI+] prion, an infectious amyloid in which the protein is largely inactive. The part of Sup35p that forms the amyloid is the region normally involved in control of mRNA turnover. The formation of [PSI+] by Sup35p's from other yeasts has been interpreted to imply that the prion-forming ability of Sup35p is(More)
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