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Breaking Down Pathological Protein Aggregates

News   Jun 07, 2019 | Original story by ETH Zurich

 
Breaking Down Pathological Protein Aggregates

Alpha-synuclein fibrils. Shown here in an electron microscope image are fibrils produced in the laboratory for research purposes. The diameter of the fibrils is about 10 nanometres - 5000 times less than that of a human hair. Credit ETH Zurich / Juan Gerez

 
 
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