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MP term:amyloid beta deposits
Synonym: amyloid beta plaques
MP id: MP:0003329
Definition: formation of self-assembled aggregates of the cleaved App Abeta protein fragment; often seen in neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's disease
Number of paths to term: 2

is-adenotes an 'is-a' relationship
part-ofdenotes a 'part-of' relationship


mammalian phenotype
        is-ahomeostasis/metabolism phenotype
                is-aamyloidosis
                        is-aamyloid beta deposits [MP:0003329] (211 genotypes, 211 annotations)
                        is-acerebral amyloid angiopathy


mammalian phenotype
        is-anervous system phenotype
                is-aabnormal nervous system morphology
                        is-aabnormal autonomic nervous system morphology +
                        is-aabnormal brain morphology +
                        is-aabnormal ependyma morphology +
                        is-aabnormal glial cell morphology +
                        is-aabnormal innervation +
                        is-aabnormal meninges morphology +
                        is-aabnormal nervous system development +
                        is-aabnormal nervous system tract morphology +
                        is-aabnormal neuron morphology +
                        is-aabnormal somatic nervous system morphology +
                        is-aabnormal spinal cord morphology +
                        is-aalpha-synuclein inclusion body
                        is-aamyloid beta deposits [MP:0003329] (211 genotypes, 211 annotations)
                        is-aencephalomeningocele
                        is-aneurodegeneration +

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