Pham Dang Lan

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Formation of intracellular plaques and small oligomeric species of amyloid β (Aβ) peptides inside neurons is a hallmark of Alzheimer's disease. The most abundant Aβ species in the brain are Aβ1-40 and Aβ1-42, which are composed, respectively, of 40 and 42 residues. Aβ1-42 differs from Aβ1-40 only in two residues, Ile41 and Ala42, yet it shows remarkably(More)
The impact of the quenched force on protein folding pathways and free energy landscape was studied in detail. Using the coarse-grain Go model, we have obtained the low, middle, and high force regimes for protein refolding under the quenched force. The folding pathways in the low force regime coincide with the thermal ones. A clear switch from thermal(More)
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