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Citation: Moussa A (2014) Reduced Accumulation of the Prion Pathogenic Protein (PrP sc ) in Mice Spleen Post Inoculation with a Mixture of the Scrapie C506M3 Strain and Streptomycin. J Chromatograph Separat Techniq 5: 214. Abstract The hydrogen bond transfer between the two guanidine groups present on streptomycin and the different amino acids on the PrP sc peptides provoked changes of the surface electric charges and even probably affected the stability and induced a drop in the PrP scdoi:10.4172/2157-7064.1000214 fatcat:xkewew3czjdx7h624c3m4tw3ke