Researchers from Rice University (TX, USA), have used computational analyses to identify how protein fragments and protein fibrils contribute to the Huntington’s disease (HD) disease mechanism. Previous studies have demonstrated the influence of N-terminal fragments in disease pathology and amyloidal structure formation, which the new study supports, offering hope for new drug approaches targeting N-terminal binding.
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