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SRMHH10

What is it?

Amyloid fibrils are protein polymers comprising identical monomer units (homopolymers). Functional amyloids play a beneficial role in a variety of physiologic processes (eg, long-term memory formation, gradual release of stored peptide hormones). Amyloidosis results from the accumulation of pathogenic amyloids—most of which are aggregates of misfolded proteins—in a variety of tissues. 

Amyloidosis is a rare disease that may happen because of an abnormal protein called amyloid and affects the functions of other important organs. This may affect the heart, kidney, liver, and spleen.

What is it?

SRMHH10

Amyloid fibrils are protein polymers comprising identical monomer units (homopolymers). Functional amyloids play a beneficial role in a variety of physiologic processes (eg, long-term memory formation, gradual release of stored peptide hormones). Amyloidosis results from the accumulation of pathogenic amyloids—most of which are aggregates of misfolded proteins—in a variety of tissues. 

Amyloidosis is a rare disease that may happen because of an abnormal protein called amyloid and affects the functions of other important organs. This may affect the heart, kidney, liver, and spleen.

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Causes

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