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Antiparallel beta-sheet: a signature structure of the oligomeric amyloid beta-peptide

Bibliographic reference Cerf, Emilie ; Sarroukh, Rabia ; Tamamizu-Kato, Shiori ; Breydo, Leonid ; Derclaye, Sylvie ; et. al. Antiparallel beta-sheet: a signature structure of the oligomeric amyloid beta-peptide. In: Biochemical Journal, Vol. 421, p. 415-423 (2009)
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