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Haojie Zhu wins Tabor award for the development of a novel proteomic approach.
The protein LAG3 helps to transmit fibrils in Parkinson’s disease.
Eva Sevcsik and Gerhard Schutz discuss how the lipid–protein matrix in cells alters protein–lipid interactions.
Besides its enzymatic activity, catalase has another mechanism to protect against reactive oxygen species.
Researchers use small molecules to correct a misfolded dopamine receptor in flies that have trouble sleeping.
Latest research explores how beef processing may be improved to reduce cases of food poisoning.
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