Only the reduced conformer of alpha-lactalbumin is inducible to aggregation by protein aggregates.


Reduced apo-alpha-lactalbumin (r-LA) in the pre-molten globule state is soluble in neutral and reduced buffer at 25 degrees C but becomes aggregated when aggregates of various proteins are added. However, protein aggregates do not induce the aggregation of apo-alpha-lactalbumin in the molten globule state. The presence of the molecular chaperone protein… (More)


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