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Improving research with more effective antibodies

Scientists demonstrate flaws in protein detection tools, and outline a solution

17-Oct-2019

A new study points to the need for better antibody validation, and outlines a process that other labs can use to make sure the antibodies they work with function properly. Antibodies are used in laboratories and clinics to study proteins, which are the biomolecules that translate information from ...

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What artificial intelligence can teach us about proteins

16-May-2019

Proteins are vital parts of all living organisms and perform essential tasks in our bodies. They build and repair tissues, supply components of the immune and hormone systems, regulate metabolism, and transmit signals. Researchers in Berlin and Heidelberg have now developed an intelligent neural ...

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Screening proteins to expose early signs of illness

Matthias Mann named European Inventor Award 2019 finalist

08-May-2019

The European Patent Office (EPO) announces that German physicist, biochemist and bioinformatician Matthias Mann has been nominated for the European Inventor Award 2019 for developing techniques to screen proteins in bulk for the early detection of disease. Named as one of three finalists in the ...

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3.3 million euros for PreOmics

19-Dec-2018

PreOmics develops and produces innovative technologies for the pre-analytics of samples for mass spectrometry. Today, the processing of samples for mass spectrometry is usually carried out according to homemade protocols. These processes are slow, not reproducible, not robust and cannot be ...

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Analyzing the structure of the protein FAT10

Fundamental research for a potential cancer therapy

04-Sep-2018

FAT10 is a small protein with a huge effect. Its attachment to a target protein is a signal for its degradation. FAT10 is a marking system for degradation that seems to be inefficient. In contrast to its biological competitor, ubiquitin, which is recycled, FAT10 is degraded along with its target ...

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Gyros Protein Technologies and Cygnus Technologies Sign Licensing and Supply Agreement

12-Jul-2018

Gyros Protein Technologies AB and Cygnus Technologies announced they have signed a licensing and supply agreement. Under the agreement, Cygnus Technologies will supply Gyros Protein Technologies with its proprietary reagents for host cell protein analysis, enabling the development of new Gyrolab® ...

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New tool analyzes disease and drug effects with unprecedented accuracy and consistency

14-May-2018

A new protein analysis tool developed at the University at Buffalo could vastly increase the speed and precision with which disease and drug effects are analyzed. The groundbreaking tool, called IonStar, is the first to provide near-perfect accuracy when quantifying and comparing the abundance of ...

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Unique binding mechanism of antifreeze molecule identified

20-Apr-2018

Scientists have identified a unique molecular binding mechanism that helps keep non-mammalian creatures in sub-zero temperatures from freezing. Antifreeze glycoproteins (AFGPs), produced by polar fishes, inhibit ice growth to prevent their bodies from freezing. This ice binding mechanism, which ...

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Decoding the structure of huntingtin

Determining the three dimensional structure of the protein could help to develop new treatments of Huntington's disease

23-Feb-2018

Mutations on a single gene, the huntingtin gene, are the cause of Huntington's disease. They lead to an incorrect form of the correspondent protein. With the help of cryo-electron microscopy researchers from the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry in Martinsried and Ulm University have now ...

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Tilted microscopy technique better reveals protein structures

New cryo-EM method to facilitate a better understanding of proteins involved in disease

05-Jul-2017

The conventional way of placing protein samples under an electron microscope during cryo-EM experiments may fall flat when it comes to getting the best picture of a protein's structure. In some cases, tilting a sheet of frozen proteins -- by anywhere from 10 to 50 degrees -- as it lies under the ...

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