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Amyloid protein

Introduction: Amyloid protein

Description of Amyloid protein

Amyloid protein: extracellular glycoprotein that accumulates in certain pathological conditions, e.g., the paired helical filaments of neuritic plaques in Alzheimer's disease and Down's syndrome; use this term for both the precursor and beta form.
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