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Putting Proteins in Their Proper Place

News   Apr 23, 2018 | Original Story from Penn Medicine

 
Putting Proteins in Their Proper Place

Dense FUS protein fibrils form in the absence of nuclear-import receptors (NIRs, left), but are disrupted when NIRs are present (right). Credit: James Shorter, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Cell

 
 
 

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