Amyloids are improperly folded, nonspecific polypeptides, which aggregate into insoluble fibrils, predominantly consisting of β-sheets. These fibrils can accumulate in organs, disrupting normal function, a condition known as amyloidosis. Amyloidosis is often associated with neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer and Parkinson’s disease. Amyloid fibrils are very stable structures, with mechanical strength comparable to steel, despite being bound and polymerized by noncovalent interactions. Because of this stability, they are also of interest in the design of biodegradable protein-based polymers. GoldBio provides high-quality recombinant rhesus macaque serum amyloid A1 at an affordable price.
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|2250-01-2||2 μg||$ 76.00|
|2250-01-10||10 μg||$ 112.00|
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|Storage/Handling||Store desiccated at -20°C.|