Here is just a sample of some Prion research articles published in PLoS Pathogens:
BSE Case Associated with Prion Protein Gene Mutation by Richt JA, Hall SM.
Prion protein amino acid determinants of differential susceptibility and molecular feature of prion strains in mice and voles by Agrimi U, Nonno R, Dell’Omo G, Di Bari MA, Conte M, Chiappini B, Esposito E, Di Guardo G, Windl O, Vaccari G, Lipp HP.
In vitro and in vivo neurotoxicity of prion protein oligomers by Simoneau S, Rezaei H, Salès N, Kaiser-Schulz G, Lefebvre-Roque M, Vidal C, Fournier JG, Comte J, Wopfner F, Grosclaude J, Schätzl H, Lasmézas CI.
Oral transmissibility of prion disease is enhanced by binding to soil particles by Johnson CJ, Pedersen JA, Chappell RJ, McKenzie D, Aiken JM.
Accumulation of pathological prion protein PrPSc in the skin of animals with experimental and natural scrapie by Thomzig A, Schulz-Schaeffer W, Wrede A, Wemheuer W, Brenig B, Kratzel C, Lemmer K, Beekes M.
In addition, PLoS Pathogens also commissions Reviews and Opinion pieces of interest to the community.
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