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- Scrivens, James H., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Biochimica et biophysica acta 2012 v.1820 no.3 pp. 427-436
- Alzheimer disease; amyloid; aqueous solutions; atomic force microscopy; blood serum; deformation; dye binding; electron microscopy; gases; gel chromatography; humans; hydrophilicity; light scattering; mass spectrometry; mica; transferrin
- ... BACKGROUND: The nature of fibrillar deposits from aqueous solutions of human serum and recombinant human transferrin on mica and carbon-coated formvar surfaces has been investigated. METHODS AND RESULTS: Atomic force microscopy showed that the deposition of recombinant transferrin onto the hydrophilic surface of mica resulted in the formation of a monolayer-thick film composed of conformationally- ...