Oligomers of the prion protein fragment 106-126 are likely assembled from β-hairpins in solution, and methionine oxidation inhibits assembly without altering the peptide's monomeric conformation

Megan Grabenauer, Chun Wu, Patricia Soto, Joan Emma Shea, Michael T. Bowers

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