Further insight into the role of metals in amyloid formation by IAPP1-37 and ProIAPP1-48

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Exley, Christopher ; Fraser, Paul E ; Wu, Ling ; Taylor, Hannah ; Taylor, Navada ; Roberts, Charlotte ; Roberts, Adam ; Goswami, Priya ; Bunrat, Chayanit ; Mold, Matthew
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