Aggravating aggregation: An N-terminal domain that is in close proximity to the polyQ domain in the huntingtin protein, htt105–138, is shown to be highly aggregation prone (see scheme). Potential cross-talk between this domain and the polyQ region may play a central role in regulating the aggregation and toxicity of Htt-N-terminal fragments.
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