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Insights Into the Structure and Function of the “Immortality Protein”

News   Sep 11, 2020 | Original story from the Kazan Federal University

 
Insights Into the Structure and Function of the “Immortality Protein”

The solution structure of the HpEst3. (a) The topology of the secondary structure elements of the HpEst3 protein. (b) The stereo view of the ensemble of the final 20 calculated structures. Images were made using PyMOL v. 2.3 (Schrodinger, LLC). Credit: Kazan Federal University.

 
 
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