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The Intricate Way Two Proteins Interact To Promote Cell Movement Unveiled

News   Oct 17, 2019 | Original story from the University of Michigan

 
The Intricate Way Two Proteins Interact To Promote Cell Movement Unveiled

The cryo-EM 3D reconstruction (left) of the protein P-Rex1 bound to Gbg and the protein model (right) showing that Gbg (top; blue and green) binds to a compact, multi-domain surface on P-Rex1 (bottom; yellow, magenta, teal and gold).Credit: Jennifer Cash, U-M Life Sciences Institute

 
 
 

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