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JDIT-2015-0930-019 100%

Imaging tools of β-amyloid (Aβ) plaques are necessary for clinical and neuropsychological characteristics in AD.

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2014 Lamour ACSNano 99%

Molecular Biology, University of British Colombia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z3 ABSTRACT Self-templated protein aggregation and intracerebral deposi- tion of aggregates, sometimes in the form of amyloid fibrils, is a hallmark of mammalian prion diseases.

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Treatment of Neuroinflammation in Alzheimer's Disease. 91%

Clinical biomarkers of Alzheimer’s Disease include amyloid-beta plaques and tau neurofibrillary tangles.

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JDIT-2016-0116-020 71%

This type of dementia is increasing in the aging population, and imaging tools of β-amyloid (Aβ) plaques are vital for clinical and neuropsychological characteristics in AD.

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Grannys%20List%20A-H 68%

Anyone exhibiting the first signs of Alzheimer‘s should be able to choose between Aricept, Marinol, or natural cannabis to slow the deposit of mind-clogging amyloid plaque.

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2013 Cumberworth BiochemJ 64%

however, they are prone to forming aggregates with amyloid structure [75].

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2013 Ostapchenko JNeurosci 58%

16552 • The Journal of Neuroscience, October 16, 2013 • 33(42):16552–16564 Neurobiology of Disease The Prion Protein Ligand, Stress-Inducible Phosphoprotein 1, Regulates Amyloid-␤ Oligomer Toxicity Valeriy G.

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JDIT-2017-0410-028 55%

In addition, new more specific PET tracers such as tracers that bind β-amyloid plaques, tau, αsynuclein aggregates or tracing dopaminergic pathways integrity, have the potential to increase the diagnostic abilities of combined PET/MR technology providing the Ciarmiello et al possibility to improve the early and differential diagnosis of many neurodegenerative diseases [41,43].

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lamour biochem 2011 48%

Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and circular dichroism showed that this conversion leads to a substantial change in the secondary structure of the prion protein.3 While PrPC has a high α-helical content (42%) and only a few residues in βsheets (3%), PrPSc has a less pronounced α-helical content (30%) and is much richer in β-sheets (43%), which is consistent with its ability to form insoluble amyloid fibrils and its partial protease resistance.

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top-selling-kits-2016 46%

Top-selling Kits Cat.No Product Name Detection Range Sensitivity E-EL-H0543 Human Aβ1-42 (Amyloid Beta Peptide 1-42) ELISA Kit 15.625--1000pg/mL 9.375pg/mL E-EL-H0010 Human BDNF (Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor) ELISA Kit 31.25--2000pg/mL 18.75pg/mL E-EL-H0483 Human bFGF/FGF2 (Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor) ELISA Kit 12.5--800pg/mL 7.5pg/mL E-EL-H0622 Human CACYBP (Calcyclin Binding Protein) ELISA Kit 78.125--5000pg/mL 46.875pg/mL E-EL-H0130 Human COL1 (Collagen Type I) ELISA Kit 0.625--40ng/mL 0.375ng/mL E-EL-H0851 Human CPP (Copeptin) ELISA Kit 31.25--2000pg/mL 18.75pg/mL E-EL-H0043 Human CRP (C-Reactive Protein) ELISA Kit 0.781--50ng/mL 0.469ng/mL E-EL-H0835 Human CTXI (Cross Linked C-telopeptide of Type I Collagen) ELISA Kit 0.156--10ng/mL 0.094ng/mL E-EL-H0864 Human D2D (D-Dimer)ELISA Kit 78.125--5000ng/mL 64.875ng/mL E-EL-H0059 Human EGF (Epidermal Growth Factor) ELISA Kit 3.906--250pg/mL 2.344pg/mL E-EL-H0064 Human ET-1 (Endothelin 1) ELISA Kit 1.25--80pg/mL 0.75pg/mL E-EL-H2237 Human GC (Glucagon) ELISA Kit 31.25--2000pg/mL 18.75pg/mL E-EL-H1908 Human GDF11 (Growth Differentiation Factor 11) ELISA Kit 15.625--1000pg/mL 9.375pg/mL E-EL-H0177 Human GH (Growth Hormone) ELISA Kit 78.125--5000pg/mL 64.875pg/mL E-EL-H0148 Human GLP-1 (Glucagon Like Peptide 1) ELISA Kit 0.313--20ng/mL 0.188ng/mL E-EL-H0081 Human GM-CSF (Granulocyte Macrophage Colony Stimulating Factor) ELISA Kit 7.813--500pg/mL 4.688pg/mL E-EL-H5497 Human Hepc25 (Hepcidin 25) ELISA Kit 1.563--100ng/mL 0.938ng/mL E-EL-H1554 Human HMGB-1(High Mobility Group Protein B1)ELISA Kit 31.25--2000pg/mL 18.75pg/mL E-EL-H2532 Human IFN-α (Interferon Alpha) ELISA Kit 15.625--1000pg/mL 9.375pg/mL E-EL-H0085 Human IFN-β(Interferon Beta)ELISA Kit 31.25--2000pg/mL 18.75pg/mL E-EL-H0108 Human IFN-γ (Interferon Gamma) ELISA Kit 15.625--1000pg/mL 9.375pg/mL E-EL-H2161 Human IgE (Immunoglobulin E) ELISA Kit 3.125--200ng/mL 1.875ng/mL E-EL-H0086 Human IGF-1 (Insulin-Like Growth Factor 1) ELISA Kit 1.563--100ng/mL 0.938ng/mL E-EL-H0103 Human IL-10 (Interleukin 10) ELISA Kit 7.813--500pg/mL 4.688pg/mL E-EL-H0105 Human IL-17 (Interleukin 17) ELISA Kit 31.25--2000pg/mL 18.75pg/mL E-EL-H0253 Human IL-18 (Interleukin 18) ELISA Kit 15.625--1000pg/mL 9.375pg/mL E-EL-H0149 Human IL-1β (Interleukin 1 Beta) ELISA Kit 7.813--500pg/mL 4.688pg/mL E-EL-H0099 Human IL-2 (Interleukin 2) ELISA Kit 125--8000pg/mL 75pg/mL E-EL-H2443 Human IL-35 (Interleukin 35) ELISA Kit 15.625--1000pg/mL 9.375pg/mL E-EL-H0101 Human IL-4 (Interleukin 4) ELISA Kit 31.25--2000pg/mL 18.75pg/mL E-EL-H0102 Human IL-6 (Interleukin 6) ELISA Kit 7.813--500pg/mL 4.688pg/mL www.elabscience.cn www.elabscience.com 3 Focus on Lab Research, Service for Life Science.

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Luca Gianni 46%

 In  addition,  following  a  serendipitous  observation,  he   showed  that  iodo-­‐doxorubicin  is  capable  of  specifically  bind  to  and  disrupt  the  amyloid  deposits   associated  with  myeloma.

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JDIT-2016-0618-021 30%

Perdeuteration, however, can produce proton-detected solid-state NMR spectra of biomolecules with ultra-high resolution, even at low to moderate (5-30 kHz) MAS frequencies, as demonstrated with samples of amyloid fibrils and membrane proteins [6-8], for example, using the α-spectrin SH3 domain (Figure 4).

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