Bacterial Inclusion Bodies Contain Amyloid-Like Structure

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September 8, 2008
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Protein aggregation is a process in which identical proteins self-associate into imperfectly ordered macroscopic entities. Such aggregates are... » More
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PLoS Biol. 2008 Aug 5; 6(8):e195
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David Eisenberg, Samir K Maji, Roland Riek, Michael R Sawaya, Lei Wang

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