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    A prion /ˈpriːɒn/ is a misfolded protein that can induce misfolding of normal variants of the same protein and trigger cellular death. Prions cause prion...
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    (TSEs), also known as prion diseases, are a group of progressive, incurable, and fatal conditions that are associated with prions and affect the brain...
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    The prions (/ˈpraɪɒn/) or whalebirds are small petrels in the genera Pachyptila and Halobaena. They form one of the four groups within the Procellariidae...
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    Kuru (disease) (category Prions)
    encephalopathy (TSE) caused by the transmission of abnormally folded proteins (prions), which leads to symptoms such as tremors and loss of coordination from...
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    The major prion protein (PrP) is encoded in the human body by the PRNP gene also known as CD230 (cluster of differentiation 230). Expression of the protein...
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    as subacute spongiform encephalopathy or neurocognitive disorder due to prion disease, is a fatal degenerative brain disorder. Early symptoms include...
  • Thumbnail for Fungal prion
    A fungal prion is a prion that infects hosts which are fungi. Fungal prions are naturally occurring proteins that can switch between multiple, structurally...
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    a family of diseases thought to be caused by misfolded proteins called prions and include similar diseases such as BSE (mad cow disease) in cattle, Creutzfeldt–Jakob...
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    The prion pseudoknot is predicted RNA pseudoknot structure found in prion protein mRNA. It has been suggested that this element has a possible effect...
  • Thumbnail for Fairy prion
    The fairy prion (Pachyptila turtur) is a small seabird with the standard prion plumage of blue-grey upperparts with a prominent dark "M" marking and white...
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    is thought to be due to an infection by a misfolded protein, known as a prion. Cattle are believed to have been infected by being fed meat-and-bone meal...
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    expectancy following the onset of symptoms is 13 months. It is caused by prions, which are misfolded proteins. Spread is believed to be primarily due to...
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    The Antarctic prion (Pachyptila desolata) also known as the dove prion, or totorore in Māori, is the largest of the prions, a genus of small petrels of...
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    Fatal insomnia is an extremely rare neurodegenerative prion disease that results in trouble sleeping as its hallmark symptom. The majority of cases are...
  • Fungal prion, a prion that infects fungal hosts Prion protein, the human gene encoding for the major prion protein PrP (for prion protein) Prion diseases...
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    MacGillivray's prion (Pachyptila macgillivrayi) is a species of small petrel (a prion) in the Southern Ocean. It is found on Roche Quille, off Saint Paul...
  • The 2021 French moratorium on prion research was a three-month moratorium on research on prions in France. The moratorium was announced in July 2021 by...
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    fulmar prion (Pachyptila crassirostris) is a species of seabird in the family Procellariidae, found in the southern oceans. Its common name "prion" (not...
  • Pathogen (section Prions)
    infectious microorganism or agent, such as a virus, bacterium, protozoan, prion, viroid, or fungus. Small animals, such as helminths and insects, can also...
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    Stanley B. Prusiner (category Prions)
    at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Prusiner discovered prions, a class of infectious self-reproducing pathogens primarily or solely composed...
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