Droplets of ALS Protein Measured at Atomic Level

News   Jan 19, 2018 | Original Story from Brown University

 
All in a Droplet: Atomic Resolution of ALS Protein Resolved

The hnRNPA2 protein forms liquid droplets in a test tube as seen by light microscopy. These structures let the researchers test how disease mutations and functional modifications change the behavior of the proteins with atomistic detail. Credit: Veronica Ryan/Brown University

 
 
 

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