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Amyloid, prions, and other protein aggregates Part B
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|Statement||edited by Indu Kheterpal, Ronald Wetzel.|
|Series||Methods in enzymology -- v. 412.|
|Contributions||Kheterpal, Indu., Wetzel, Ronald.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xl, 403 p. :|
|Number of Pages||403|
Prions are unusual proteins that have the capacity to change shape and to selectively template that change in shape to other proteins of the same type, a property shared by prions and other amyloid-forming proteins across the evolutionary spectrum. While amyloids can cause devastating economic hardship in an extraordinary variety of settings. A high-resolution structure for the infectious prion protein, PrP Sc, is not yet available due to its insolubility and its propensity to aggregate, but cryo-electron microscopy, X-ray fiber diffraction, and other approaches have defined the overall architecture of PrP Sc as a 4-rung β-solenoid.
While cross-nucleation interactions between QN-rich proteins are best studied, there are also cases when QN-rich aggregates promote prion formation by a non-QN-rich heterologous protein (Mathur, Taneja, Sun, & Liebman, ) or interact with a non-QN-rich yeast amyloid, or when overproduction of a non-QN-rich amyloidogenic protein promotes. The prion paradigm – the hypothesis that the seeded aggregation of certain proteins is key to understanding age-related neurodegenerative disorders – .
Misfolded aggregates present in amyloid fibrils are associated with various diseases known as ‘protein misfolding’ disorders. Among them, prion diseases are unique in that the pathology can be transmitted by an infectious process involving an unprecedented agent known as a ‘prion’. Prions are infectious proteins that can transmit biological information by propagating protein misfolding. Transthyretin and FAP. Transthyretin is a tetrameric protein that is the backup transporter of thyroxine and the main transporter of the retinol-binding protein (carries 20% of vitamin A) ().In unfortunate individuals, wild-type transthyretin is converted into numerous soluble quaternary structures that ultimately assemble into amyloid fibrils that infiltrate the heart in a disease called.
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Sign in to set up alerts. select article Purification of Polyglutamine Proteins1 select article Spin Labeling Analysis of Amyloids and Other Protein. Importantly, crucial differences have been reported between extracellular amyloid-like aggregates of PrP Sc and Aβ peptide.
Aβ, considered to date as a non-prion protein, is certainly the most studied amyloid. For years, the extracellular accumulation of Aβ fibrils in brain was considered the main source of the toxicity linked to AD.
In the cell, proteins attain the native structure through a delicate and balanced network of interactions, where protein folding and aggregation exert as competing pathways. 1,2 In a protein energy landscape, amyloid-like aggregates represent an energy minimum, being usually thermodynamically more stable than the native conformation.
This has lead to the hypothesis that the amyloid. Amyloid fibrils are stable and highly organized filamentous aggregates rich in β-sheet secondary structure.
They typically comprise many copies of a single protein and are nanometers in diameter and microns in length. Amyloids are aggregates of proteins characterised by a fibrillar morphology of 7–13 nm in diameter, a β-sheet secondary structure (known as cross-β) and ability to be stained by particular dyes, such as Congo red.
In the human body, amyloids have been linked to the development of various diseases. Pathogenic amyloids form when previously healthy proteins lose their normal structure and. Get this from a library.
Amyloid, prions, and other protein aggregates. Part B. [Indu Kheterpal; Ronald Wetzel;] -- The ability of polypeptides to form alternatively folded, polymeric structures such as amyloids and related aggregates is being increasingly recognized as a major new frontier in protein research.
Chapter 5: Direct observation of amyloid growth monitored by total internal reflection fluorescence r 6: Characterization of Amyloid Structures at the Molecular Level by Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance r 7: Spin Labeling Analysis of Amyloids and other Protein r 8: Hydrogen-Deuterium.
We next sought more direct evidence for the existence of Aβ prions. Using a purification protocol for amyloid aggregates that employs limited digestion with proteinase K (PK) (), Aβ aggregates were purified from brain homogenates of aged Tg(APP23) and Tg(CRND8) cation of Aβ from either line routinely produced fractions enriched for Aβ as detected by silver staining (Fig.
2A). Cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA), may be associated with normal aging and Alzheimer disease, and may be a cause of cerebral hemorrhage. Disorders in which amyloid is deposited as CAA include Neuropathology and Genetics of Prion Protein and British Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathies | SpringerLink.
Introduction. Amyloid aggregation is associated with many intractable protein aggregation diseases, notably including Alzheimer’s disease, Huntington’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, type II diabetes, and prion diseases 1–d fibrils with characteristic highly ordered cross-β structures are the ultimate products of amyloid aggregation.
Mammalian prions cause lethal neurodegenerative diseases such as Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease (CJD) and consist of multi-chain assemblies of misfolded cellular prion protein (PrP C).Ligands that bind to PrP C can inhibit prion propagation and neurotoxicity.
Extensive prior work established that certain soluble assemblies of the Alzheimer's disease (AD)-associated amyloid β-protein (Aβ) can. Main Text. Prions are protein aggregates that are propagated by the concentration- and nucleation-dependent conversion of soluble prionogenic proteins into prion aggregates that often adopt a cross-β sheet-rich (amyloid) structure (Prusiner, ).Given their capacity to propagate themselves, prions can be transmitted between cells and organisms by mechanisms that are only beginning to be.
Amyloid, prions, and other protein aggregates. [Ronald Wetzel; Indu Kheterpal;] -- Characterization of in vivo protein deposition Characterization of in vitro protein deposition Aggregate and precursor protein structure Cellular and organismic consequences of protein deposition. Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Ronald.Amyloid, prions, and other protein aggregates.
[Ronald Wetzel;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Wetzel. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Author Summary Many serious diseases have been linked to pathogenic states of various proteins.
These naturally occurring proteins can be corrupted to form aggregates such as prions and amyloids that propagate in and between tissues by acting as seeds that convert the normal form of the protein into more of the pathological form.
For example, corrupted prion protein can cause fatal.