Prion Disease

Prion diseases or transmissible spongiform encephalopathies are rare progressive neurogenerative diseases caused by misfolded prion proteins. Here is the latest research in this domain.

July 17, 2020

Autophagy and Alzheimer's Disease

Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
Sheng ChenWeidong Le
July 24, 2020
Review
Open Access

POSCAbilities: The Application of the Prion Organotypic Slice Culture Assay to Neurodegenerative Disease Research

Biomolecules
Hailey Pineau, Valerie Sim
July 29, 2020
Correction
Open Access

Publisher Correction: Global analysis of protein degradation in prion infected cells

Scientific Reports
Charles R HuttiSina Ghaemmaghami
August 5, 2020
Correction
Open Access

Correction to: A novel method for assessing climate change impacts in ecotron experiments

International Journal of Biometeorology
Inne VanderkelenWim Thiery
July 23, 2020
Open Access

α-Synuclein strains that cause distinct pathologies differentially inhibit proteasome

ELife
Genjiro SuzukiMasato Hasegawa
August 2, 2020

Identification of the prion-related protein gene (PRNT) sequences in various species of the Cervidae family

Molecular Biology Reports
In-Soon RohByung-Hoon Jeong
July 14, 2020
Comment / Editorial
Open Access

Hiding in plain sight: vesicle-mediated export and transmission of prion-like proteins

Microbial Cell
Mehdi Kabani
July 19, 2020

Fatal familial insomnia: A new case description with early response to immunotherapy

Journal of Neuroimmunology
E Toribio-DíazErika García Di-Ruggiero
July 16, 2020
Preprint
Open Access

Age structuring and spatial heterogeneity in prion protein gene (PRNP) polymorphism in white-tailed deer

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Tyler K ChafinD. White
August 5, 2020

Benzimidazole based fluorophores for the detection of amyloid fibrils with higher sensitivity than Thioflavin-T

Journal of Neurochemistry
Narayanaperumal PravinMaheswaran Shanmugam
July 16, 2020
Open Access

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease surveillance in Australia: update to 31 December 2019

Communicable Diseases Intelligence
Christiane StehmannSteven Collins
August 4, 2020

Soft Graspers for Safe and Effective Tissue Clutching in Minimally Invasive Surgery

IEEE Transactions on Bio-medical Engineering
Yu HuanEdoardo Sinibaldi
July 29, 2020
Preprint
Open Access

Evaluation of plasma tau and neurofilament light chain biomarkers in a 12-year clinical cohort of human prion diseases

MedRxiv : the Preprint Server for Health Sciences
A. ThompsonSimon H Mead
July 17, 2020

Autophagy and Parkinson's Disease

Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
Jiahong LuZhenyu Yue
August 5, 2020

Tuberculous meningitis mimicking Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease

Revue neurologique
C S KhooH J Tan
August 2, 2020

Conformation-dependent membrane permeabilization by neurotoxic PrP oligomers: The role of the H2H3 oligomerization domain

Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Cécile HuinSylvie Noinville
July 31, 2020

α-Synuclein in Parkinson's Disease: Does a Prion-Like Mechanism of Propagation from Periphery to the Brain Play a Role?

The Neuroscientist : a Review Journal Bringing Neurobiology, Neurology and Psychiatry
Huimin ZhengYuming Xu
July 18, 2020
Open Access

FRET-based Tau seeding assay does not represent prion-like templated assembly of Tau filaments

Molecular Neurodegeneration
Senthilvelrajan KaniyappanEckhard Mandelkow
August 1, 2020

Periplasmic production of pernisine in Escherichia coli and determinants for its high thermostability

Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
Miha BahunNataša Poklar Ulrih

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