Synthetic peptide to inhibit early stages of amyloid beta aggregation?
New research suggests that it is not amyloid beta plaques, but smaller oligomers that are the main culprit behind Alzheimer’s disease. Further, novel synthetic peptides have been developed which can successfully inhibit the aggregation of these toxic systems.
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