The assembly of amyloidogenic yeast sup35 as assessed by scanning (atomic) force microscopy: an analogy to linear colloidal aggregation?


Amyloidosis is a class of diseases caused by protein aggregation and deposition in various tissues and organs. In this paper, a yeast amyloid-forming protein Sup35 was used as a model for understanding amyloid fiber formation. The dynamics of amyloid formation by Sup35 were studied with scanning force microscopy. We found that: 1) the assembly of Sup35… (More)


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