Molecular Structure of β-Amyloid Fibrils in Alzheimer's Disease Brain Tissue

Robert Tycko and colleagues find that amyloid fibrils derived from AD patient brain tissue reveal a single predominant structure within a patient sample but with key differences between samples, raising the interesting possibility that there may be links between fibril architecture and individual disease trajectories.

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