Laura Westergard
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The cellular prion protein (PrPC): its physiological function and role in disease
L Westergard, HM Christensen, DA Harris
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Basis of Disease 1772 (6), 629-644, 2007
4402007
A naturally occurring C-terminal fragment of the prion protein (PrP) delays disease and acts as a dominant-negative inhibitor of PrPSc formation
L Westergard, JA Turnbaugh, DA Harris
Journal of Biological Chemistry 286 (51), 44234-44242, 2011
792011
A nine amino acid domain is essential for mutant prion protein toxicity
L Westergard, JA Turnbaugh, DA Harris
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (39), 14005-14017, 2011
522011
The N-terminal, polybasic region is critical for prion protein neuroprotective activity
JA Turnbaugh, L Westergard, U Unterberger, E Biasini, DA Harris
PloS one 6 (9), e25675, 2011
432011
Extracellular environment modulates the formation and propagation of particular amyloid structures
L Westergard, HL True
Molecular microbiology 92 (4), 698-715, 2014
242014
Wild yeast harbour a variety of distinct amyloid structures with strong prion‐inducing capabilities
L Westergard, HL True
Molecular microbiology 92 (1), 183-193, 2014
212014
NEUROTOXIC AND NEUROPROTECTIVE ACTIVITIES OF THE PRION PROTEIN: S23-02
D Harris, I Solomon, J Turnbaugh, T Massignan, L Westergard, ...
Journal of Neurochemistry 118, 2011
2011
Prion Protein Domains Necessary for Mutant Toxicity and Scrapie Formation
L Westergard
2009
PPo6-16: The Polybasic N-terminal Region of the Prion Protein is Essential for its Neuroprotective Activity
J Turnbaugh, L Westergard, D Harris
Prion 4 (3), 188-189, 0
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