S100 proteins in Corpora amylacea from normal human brain.

@article{Hoyaux2000S100PI,
  title={S100 proteins in Corpora amylacea from normal human brain.},
  author={Daphn{\'e} Hoyaux and Christine Decaestecker and Claus Wilhelm Heizmann and Thomas Vogl and Beat W. Sch{\"a}fer and Isabelle Salmon and R{\'o}bert Kiss and Roland Pochet},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2000},
  volume={867 1-2},
  pages={280-8}
}
Corpora amylacea (C.A.) also named polyglucosan bodies (P.B.) are one of the hallmarks of normal brain aging. Although their functions are not yet clear, C.A. increase in number in patients suffering from neurodegenerative diseases. C.A. contain 88% of hexoses and 4% of proteins. Most of the proteins in C.A. are aging or stress proteins such as heat shock proteins, ubiquitinated proteins and advanced glycation end products which are also proinflammatory products. Stimulated by the potential… CONTINUE READING

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