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What is a Prion? Why is it important in neurologic Disease?

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A prion is a small proteinaceous infectious particle that resist inactivation by procedures that modify nucleic acids.The concept of an infectious agent that does not require DNA or RNA is novel. This type of agent is thought to be responsible for Creuzfeldt- Jaķob disease,scrapie ,and kuru

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A prion is a small proteinaceous infectious particle that resist inactivation by procedures that modify nucleic acids.The concept of an infectious agent that does not require DNA or RNA is novel. This type of agent is thought to be responsible for Creuzfeldt- Jaķob disease,scrapie ,and kuru

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