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Aβ(s) peptides, their peptide fragments and mutated fragments are used to study a wide range of metabolic and regulatory functions including activation of kinases, regulation of cholesterol transport, function as a transcription factor, and regulators of inflammation. Aβ(s) peptides and their peptide fragments are also used to study oxidative stress, metal binding and mechanisms of protein cross-linking in the context of diseases such as Alzheimers disease and neurodegeneration.
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Elena Maltseva.; Gerald Brezesinsk. Adsorption of Amyloid Beta (1-40) Peptide to Phosphatidylethanolamine Monolayers. ChemPhysChem. 2004, 5, (8), 1185-1190.
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