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Amyloidosis, Familial

 
 
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  • Amyloid diseases like Alzheimer's disease and familial amyloidosis of Finnish type (FAF) stem from endoproteolytic cleavage of a precursor protein to generate amyloidogenic peptides that accumulate as amyloid deposits in a tissue-specific manner [6].
 

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