New Crystal Structure of (Ph)PINK1 Aids Understanding of Early Onset Parkinson’s

Article   Oct 31, 2017

 
New Crystal Structure of (Ph)PINK1 Aids Understanding of Early Onset Parkinson’s

Structure of the PINK1 ubiquitin complex: how defects in ubiquitin phosphorylation lead to early-onset Parkinsonism. Credit: Alexander F. Schubert.

Karen Steward PhD

Science Writer

 
 
 

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