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Measuring Protein Folding One Molecule at a Time

Scientists have long puzzled over the following conundrum: If the activity of a protein solution drops by half, have half the molecules completely lost activity, or have all the proteins lost half their activity? The answer, most likely, is that...

Oligomers in AD: Too Much of a Bad Thing?

Neuritic plaques are classic, obvious markers of Alzheimer’s disease, but it is a puzzle why their density is a poor predictor of disease symptoms. Recently, scientists have come to suspect that soluble oligomeric, not fibrillary, β, may be the culprit in synaptic degeneration in AD...

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