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40 Current news about the topic protein structurerss
New ways to tag, engineer molecules for energy conversion, drug delivery, and medical imaging
In groundbreaking research, scientists have demonstrated the ability to strategically attach gold nanoparticlesto proteins so as to form sheets of protein-gold arrays. The nanoparticles and methods to create nanoparticle-protein complexes can be used to help decipher protein structures, to ...
New Insights May Prove Useful In Future Protein Studies and Drug Development
A group of scientists at The Scripps Research Institute and the Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology have uncovered one of the processes by which disordered or unstructured proteins become bound to specific cellular sites. The findings offer valuable insights into how proteins carry out ...
Microorganisms Living in Sulfuric Acid have a Unique Biochemical Machinery
The fact that Ferroplasma acidiphilum, a single-celled organism lacking a protective cell wall, is capable of living in sulfuric acid is already extraordinary. But what really makes the microbe unique is its unusual relationship to iron. Researchers in Braunschweig and Madrid have discovered ...
NYU scientists begin second phase of project to better understand disease
A team of researchers at New York University's Center for Comparative Functional Genomics are embarking on the second phase of a collaborative research undertaking to predict structures of key proteins, which in turn shed light on their roles in diseases and offer pathways for cures. The ...
German researcher Marcus Koch won the first prize in the DSM Awards for Chemistry and Technology 2006. An international jury selected Dr. Marcus Koch, who earned his doctorate from the University of Dortmund, for his research in the fields of chemical biology and chemical genomics, the ...
The TOPAZ® system for protein crystallization was instrumental in helping GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) solve the structure of cytochrome P450 2D6, an enzyme important in the metabolism of a wide variety of drugs. TOPAZ crystallization chips were used to identify positive conditions for ...
Breakthrough technology to be introduced at company's first offshore R&D and Manufactured facility
Fluidigm Corporation, a U.S. pioneer in microfluidic technology, announced the opening of its first offshore R&D and manufacturing facility in Singapore. Privately held Fluidigm is headquartered in California, USA, and was founded in 1999. Fluidigm uses proprietary processes to fabricate ...
The Structural Genomics Consortium, Karolinska Institutet, VINNOVA, Knut and Alice Wallenberg's foundation (KAW) and The Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) announced the establishment of a Swedish research node of the Structural Genomics Consortium. A Swedish laboratory based at the ...
Cornell University researchers have discovered the 3-D crystal structure of a protein, human CD38, which may lead to important discoveries about how cells release calcium - a mineral used in almost every cellular process. The findings also may offer insights into mechanisms involved in ...
Results may inspire new treatments for lead poisoning
Scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory and the University of Chicago have discovered that a member of a well-known protein family is better at detecting lead than any other known substance. Learning more about the protein's structure and lead-detection ...