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β-Sheet Structure within the Extracellular Domain of C99 Regulates Amyloidogenic Processing.

Bibliographic reference Hu, Yi ; Kienlen-Campard, Pascal ; Tang, Tzu-Chun ; Perrin, Florian ; Opsomer, Rémi ; et. al. β-Sheet Structure within the Extracellular Domain of C99 Regulates Amyloidogenic Processing.. In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 7, p. 17159 (2017)
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