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Host PrP Glycosylation: A Major Factor Determining the Outcome of Prion Infection

  • Nadia L Tuzi ,

    Contributed equally to this work with: Nadia L Tuzi, Enrico Cancellotti

    Affiliation Neuropathogenesis Unit, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • Enrico Cancellotti ,

    Contributed equally to this work with: Nadia L Tuzi, Enrico Cancellotti

    Affiliation Neuropathogenesis Unit, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • Herbert Baybutt,

    Affiliation Neuropathogenesis Unit, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • Lorraine Blackford,

    Affiliation Neuropathogenesis Unit, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • Barry Bradford,

    Affiliation Neuropathogenesis Unit, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • Chris Plinston,

    Affiliation Neuropathogenesis Unit, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • Anne Coghill,

    Affiliation Neuropathogenesis Unit, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • Patricia Hart,

    Affiliation Neuropathogenesis Unit, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • Pedro Piccardo,

    Affiliation Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, Food and Drug Administration, Rockville, Maryland, United States of America

  • Rona M Barron,

    Affiliation Neuropathogenesis Unit, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • Jean C Manson

    To whom correspondence should be addressed. E-mail: jean.manson@roslin.ed.ac.uk

    Affiliation Neuropathogenesis Unit, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Host PrP Glycosylation: A Major Factor Determining the Outcome of Prion Infection

  • Nadia L Tuzi, 
  • Enrico Cancellotti, 
  • Herbert Baybutt, 
  • Lorraine Blackford, 
  • Barry Bradford, 
  • Chris Plinston, 
  • Anne Coghill, 
  • Patricia Hart, 
  • Pedro Piccardo, 
  • Rona M Barron
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