Why are Functional Amyloids Non-Toxic in Humans?

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amyloidosis 1993 Parkinson’s disease, huntingtin in Huntington’s disease, and β2-microglobulin (β2m) in dialysis-related amyloidosis (DRA) [[4],[5],[6],[7]]. Crucially, amyloid formation can result in degeneration of the affected tissue
amyloidosis 5176 fibrils can deposit into extracellular plaques, as observed in Alzheimer’s disease and dialysis-related amyloidosis , whereas in Parkinson’s and Huntington’s amyloids are present in intracellular inclusions [[5]].
amyloidosis 15966 with the use of the TTR1 sequence from transythretin, a protein which forms amyloids in transythretin amyloidosis [[4],[5],[6],[7]].It is also worth noting that the induction of cell death can be a normal physiological

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