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Atomic Techniques Reveal How Environment-Sensing Protein Allows Bacteria To Adapt

Researchers have shown how changes in an environment-sensing protein enable bacteria to survive in different habitats, from the human gut to deep-sea hydrothermal vents.
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Mutant Enzyme Is a Main Driver of Lung Cancer

A mutational change in a chromatin-regulating enzyme called histone-lysine N-methyltransferase (NSD3) has been shown to promote a common type of lung cancer.
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Protein Discovery Reveals Mechanism of Fatal Prion Brain Diseases

A new study has shone light on the molecular steps behind the spread of prion diseases, a group of incurable brain conditions that have puzzled researchers for decades.
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Antioxidant Found in Green Tea May Increase Levels of p53

p53 is a natural anticancer protein, sometimes called “guardian of the genome” due to its ability to repair DNA damage or destroy cancer cells. A study exploring the interaction between p53 and the green tea compound epigallocatechin gallate now points to a new therapeutic target.
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New Insights Could Facilitate the Development of Improved Chemical Cryoprotection Technologies

Scientists report major discoveries on how a class of molecules called polyampholytes can safely freeze biological materials.
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Is Your Coffee Really What It Claims?

People want their coffee to be both satisfying and reasonably priced, therefore, roasters typically blend arabica and robusta coffee beans. But, some use more of the cheaper robusta than they acknowledge. Now, researchers have developed a new way to assess exactly what’s in that cup.
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Advances in Fragment-Based Drug Discovery

Over the past decade, fragment-based drug discovery has garnered increasing interest among drug discovery experts and has established itself as a key approach within the field – acting as an alternative starting point for the discovery of high-quality lead candidates. This article discusses the evolution of FBDD, highlights key drug discoveries, and explores the advantages and challenges of harnessing this approach
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Diverse Opinions to Common Challenges in the Field of Metabolomics

The diverse nature of the metabolome continually challenges researchers and creates a colorful array of opinions on which is the most comprehensive and precise approach, explored in this article.
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Folding of SARS-CoV2 Genome Reveals Drug Targets

Research alliance has observed the RNA folding structures of the SARS-CoV2 genome with which the virus controls the infection process.
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3D Structure of Crucial Phage Component Revealed at Atomic Resolution

Scientists have now revealed the 3D structure of a phage component in atomic resolution, by combining two methods - solid-state NMR and cryo-electron microscopy.
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