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A new paramagnetic probe has been synthesized and applied to proteins. The probe consists of a cobalt or manganese ion packed in a cage that can be linked to specific sites on a protein via two arms to make it very rigid.
Genetics does not tell the whole story. Epigenetics play crucial roles
Shifts in the selectivity filter dynamics cause modal gating in K+ channels
Researchers at Utrecht University have gained new insights into the stucture and function of a protein complex that maintains the outer membrane of a bacteria.
Researchers at Utrecht University have developed a widely applicable method to obtain insight into the interactions between proteins and chromatin at the atomic level.
For the first time, researchers have been able to observe the mode of action of a promising class of alternative antibiotics directly in bacterial cellular membranes.
Membrane proteins are the gatekeepers of biological cells and control a great variety of tasks that are essential for cellular homeostasis, and they are involved in virtually any signalling cascade.
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