Ab amyloid

Ab amyloid

an abnormal peptide, varying from 40 to 43 amino acids in length and found in aggregates in the cerebrovascular walls and the cores of the plaques in Alzheimer's disease. It is derived from a large transmembrane glycoprotein, amyloid precursor protein. It is postulated to be neurotoxic.
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Cerebril is a small organic molecule that has been designed to modify the course of Hemorrhagic Stroke due to CAA by interfering with the association between glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) and AB amyloid protein in the blood vessels of the brain of patients with CAA.