Surface-enhanced nucleation of insulin amyloid fibrillation.

Abstract

Proteins can interact with biological surfaces such as cell membrane, chaperones, cornea, bone, arteries, veins, and heart cavities of the cardiovascular system and also with non-biological surfaces including dialysis membranes and tubing, catheters, invasive surgical instruments, needles, and artificial implants. Fibrillation of amyloid proteins is… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2008.01.159

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