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Infections Proteins Prions

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Cool Infections Proteins Prions



Ok, I liked the virus topic.

How about this... "parasitic proteins!" jk...

Ok. Seriously though, are there any other examples of prion like proteins or molecules???

there must be.
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Default Re: Infections Proteins Prions

Well, Parasitic roundworms, are considered by public-health officials to have a combined debilitating impact on human populations that is comparable to, or in some estimates greater than, that of malaria or tuberculosis. Also, The direct interaction of filarial proteins with lung epithelial cells was examined to determine the possible mechanism of inducing cell death, an event that is observed in patients with tropical pulmonary eosinophilia.
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