Inducible Prion Diseases Caused by Artificial Mutation

Stanley Prusiner, MD, PhD
The Regents of the University of Ca (San Francisco, CA)
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April 1, 1997 to March 31, 1999
Alzheimer's Disease
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US Southwestern

Inducible Prion Diseases Caused by Artificial Mutation



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Baskakov, I.V., Aagaard, C., et al. (2000) Self -assembly of recombinant prion protein of 106 residues. Biochemistry 39(10):2792-2804.  

Supattapone, S., Bosque, P., et al. (1999) Prion protein of 106 residues creates an artificial transmission barrier for prion replication in transgenic mice. Cell. 96(6):869-878.  

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