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This extraordinary agent is called a prion (proteinaceous infectious agent). 27 29 a 28 kD hydrophobic glycoprotein, PrP. PrP is coded by a cellular gene (conserved among the mammals) that is expressed in normal brain. The protein exists in two forms. The product found in normal brain is called PrPc. It is entirely degraded by proteases. The protein found in infected brains is called PrPsc. It is extremely resistant to degradation by proteases. PrPc is converted to PrPsc by a modification or conformational change that confers protease-resistance, and which has yet to be fully defined.
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