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Amyloidosis is the term applied to a group of conditions caused by deposits of an abnormal protein called amyloid. This rare but serious condition affects between 1 and 5 people in every 100,000 each year in the UK. The condition is mainly seen among the elderly.
Researchers devise simple and rapid method for detecting bovine amyloid

Researchers devise simple and rapid method for detecting bovine amyloid

NYU Tandon professors show broad therapeutic potential of novel peptide to combat multiple diseases

NYU Tandon professors show broad therapeutic potential of novel peptide to combat multiple diseases

Scientists provide insights on immune evasion of metastatic cancer cells in lymph nodes

Scientists provide insights on immune evasion of metastatic cancer cells in lymph nodes

Novel agonistic effect of polyphenol compound could treat amyloidosis, other metabolic disorders

Novel agonistic effect of polyphenol compound could treat amyloidosis, other metabolic disorders

Study describes dynamic link between protein folding and misfolding

Study describes dynamic link between protein folding and misfolding

Plant amyloids could improve nutritional value of plant seeds, reduce allergenicity of legume seeds

Plant amyloids could improve nutritional value of plant seeds, reduce allergenicity of legume seeds

Study confirms correlation between gut microbiota and Alzheimer's disease

Study confirms correlation between gut microbiota and Alzheimer's disease

Genomics study in Black Americans could lead to precision prostate cancer therapies

Genomics study in Black Americans could lead to precision prostate cancer therapies

Alzheimer's: New Gene May Drive Earliest Brain Changes

Alzheimer's: New Gene May Drive Earliest Brain Changes

New Functions Of A Protein May Improve Biocontrol Methods In Sustainable Agriculture

New Functions Of A Protein May Improve Biocontrol Methods In Sustainable Agriculture

Study shows the dual role of amyloid proteins in Bacillus physiology

Study shows the dual role of amyloid proteins in Bacillus physiology

Study could bolster understanding and treatment for rare, genetic eye disease

Study could bolster understanding and treatment for rare, genetic eye disease