S20G mutant amylin exhibits increased in vitro amyloidogenicity and increased intracellular cytotoxicity compared to wild-type amylin

Setsuya Sakagashira, Henry J. Hiddinga, Kayoko Tateishi, Tokio Sanke, Tadashi Hanabusa, Kishio Nanjo, Norman L. Eberhardt

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