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Amyloid


Title Abbreviation
Amyloid
ISSN
1350-6129
Electronic ISSN
1744-2818
Readership
Clinicians, General Practitioners, Internists, Molecular Biologists, Neurologists, Neuroscientists, Researchers, Scientists
Scope
Amyloid: the Journal of Protein Folding Disorders is dedicated to the study of all aspects of the protein groups and associated disorders that are classified as the amyloidoses as well as other disorders associated with abnormal protein folding. The journals major focus points are: etiology, pathogenesis, histopathology, chemical structure, nature of fibrillogenesis; whilst also publishing papers on the basic and chemical genetic aspects of many of these disorders. Amyloid is recognised as one of the leading publications on amyloid protein classifications and the associated disorders, as well as clinical studies on all aspects of amyloid related neurodegenerative diseases and major clinical studies on inherited amyloidosis, especially those related to transthyretin. The journal is a recommended resource for basic scientists, students of neurodegenerative disorders (neurologists), histopathologists, geneticists, as well as a broad spectrum of clinicians whose specialties are impacted by various amyloid diseases.
Sponsoring Association(s)
International Society of Amyloidosis (ISA)
Publisher Name
Taylor & Francis, Inc. - UK
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