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A primer of amyloid nomenclature

The increasing knowledge of the exact biochemical nature of the localized and systemic amyloid disorders has made a logical and easily understood nomenclature absolutely necessary. Such a nomenclature, biochemically based, has been used for several years but the current literature is still mixed up... Full description

Journal Title: Amyloid 2007, Vol.14 (3), p.179-183
Main Author: Westermark, Per
Other Authors: Benson, Merrill D. , Buxbaum, Joel N. , Cohen, Alan S. , Frangione, Blas , Ikeda, Shu-Ichi , Masters, Colin L. , Merlini, Giampaolo , Saraiva, Maria J. , Sipe, Jean D.
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  • Westermark, Per
  • Benson, Merrill D.
  • Buxbaum, Joel N.
  • Cohen, Alan S.
  • Frangione, Blas
  • Ikeda, Shu-Ichi
  • Masters, Colin L.
  • Merlini, Giampaolo
  • Saraiva, Maria J.
  • Sipe, Jean D.
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  • Amyloid - classification
  • Amyloid - metabolism
  • Amyloid protein
  • Amyloidosis
  • Amyloidosis - classification
  • Amyloidosis - metabolism
  • Amyloidosis - pathology
  • Animals
  • Humans
  • Medical and Health Sciences
  • MEDICIN
  • Medicin och hälsovetenskap
  • MEDICINE
  • Nomenclature
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description: The increasing knowledge of the exact biochemical nature of the localized and systemic amyloid disorders has made a logical and easily understood nomenclature absolutely necessary. Such a nomenclature, biochemically based, has been used for several years but the current literature is still mixed up with many clinical and histochemically based designations from the time when amyloid in general was poorly understood. All amyloid types are today preferably named by their major fibril protein. This makes a simple and rational nomenclature for the increasing number of amyloid disorders known in humans and animals.
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abstractThe increasing knowledge of the exact biochemical nature of the localized and systemic amyloid disorders has made a logical and easily understood nomenclature absolutely necessary. Such a nomenclature, biochemically based, has been used for several years but the current literature is still mixed up with many clinical and histochemically based designations from the time when amyloid in general was poorly understood. All amyloid types are today preferably named by their major fibril protein. This makes a simple and rational nomenclature for the increasing number of amyloid disorders known in humans and animals.
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