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Structural Biology – News and Features

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LTN Event Explored Exciting Advancements in Drug Discovery

The event highlighted the latest research as well as exploring the ongoing challenges and bottlenecks facing the industry.
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Mechanism of "Sudden-Death" Arrhythmia Detailed

The disorder is caused by a mutation in an integral component of a four-protein complex.
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Twin Molecular Scissors Link Creation of MicroRNAs With Gene-Silencing

Researchers have identified a two-protein complex which controls the earliest steps in the creation of miRNAs.
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Sharper X-Rays of Cell's Ribosome Could Lead to Better Antibiotics

A sharper picture of the nano-machine promises to help researchers explain how some types of antibiotics work
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ActiveSight to Provide Protein Crystallography to Ambit

ActiveSight will advance Ambit's drug discovery program.
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Inpharmatica Licenses Biopendium™ to Schering

The aim of collaboration is to prioritise proteins as drug targets.
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NIH Award $11-Million Grant to Brown University for Cancer Research

This funding will support research that explores how cancer cells develop from normal cells.
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Map of Human Protein Interactions Created

Study shows 3,186 interactions between 1,705 human proteins.
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Prolexys Licenses the Prolexys Human Interactome Database to GlaxoSmithKline

This agreement will add significant value to pharmaceutical research programs.
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Scientists Solve Structure of Protein That Powers Cell Movement

The scientists at Boston Biomedical combined the power of several techniques including X-ray crystallography, resonance energy transfer and molecular modeling to obtain a three-dimensional, atomic resolution structure of the neck region of myosin V.
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