Nucleation Process May Offer New Research Approach to Prevent Alzheimer’s

Nucleation Process May Offer New Research Approach to Prevent Alzheimer’s
A change in the shape of a protein, rather than its size, is the driving force in small protein aggregates morphing into the insoluble structures present in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients — a process known as nucleation, according to a study. Because the aggregates, known as amyloid-beta oligomers, are increasingly seen as enemies of

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