Inter-oligomer interactions of the human prion protein are modulated by the polymorphism at codon 129.
The common polymorphism at codon 129 in the human prion protein (PrP) has been shown in many studies to influence not only the pathology of prion disease but also the misfolding propensity of PrP. Here we used NMR, CD and atomic force microscopy in solution to investigate differences in beta-oligomer (beta(O)) formation and inter-oligomer interaction depending on the polymorphism at codon 129. NMR investigations assigned the observable amide resonances to the beta(O) N-terminal segments, show...Expand abstract
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