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NIH Researchers Provide Detailed View of Brain Protein Structure
Published: Monday, October 22, 2012
Last Updated: Monday, October 22, 2012
Results may help improve drugs for neurological disorders.
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Scientists Coax Brain to Regenerate Cells Lost in Huntington’s Disease
The study appears in the journal Cell Stem Cell.
Producing Reliable Quantitative Western Blot Data
The reporting of fold changes in protein expression from western blots is often viewed with skepticism due to questions about the validity of the technique as a quantitative method.
Researchers Find Unique Peptide with Therapeutic Potential
UTSW researchers identify Tat-beclin 1 against cancers, neurological disorders, and infectious diseases.
DNA-Altering Enzyme is Essential for Blood Cell Development
The expression of specific genes is partially dictated by the way the DNA is packed into chromatin, a tightly packed combination of DNA and proteins known as histones.
DNA Sequencing Reveals Mucosal Melanoma's Bullseye
Scientists have found a molecular 'bullseye' for a rare form of melanoma, opening up opportunities for new targeted treatment.
Membrane Remodeling: Where Yoga Meets Cell Biology
NIH-funded study reveals protein, fatty molecules and cellular energy work together during endocytosis.
New Screening Technique Paves the Way for Protein Drugs from Bacteria
Scientists have developed a cheaper, more efficient technique for developing complex protein drugs from bacteria.
Identified a Key Protein in Maintaining the Identity of B Lymphocytes
This finding could be useful for the study of blood diseases such as lymphoma and leukemia.
Retrogenix Points to New Drug Target for Malaria in Children
The discovery reported this week in Nature.
A Nano LC-MALDI Mass Spectrometry Droplet Interface for the Analysis of Complex Protein Samples
In this article researchers from ETH Zürich have demonstrated a novel droplet-based interface between Nano–liquid chromatography and matrix assisted laser desorption ionisation mass spectrometry.
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