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Making Moves With Cryo-EM

News   Jun 30, 2020 | Original story from the Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University

 
Making Moves With Cryo-EM

Recent work from Nieng Yan's lab at Princeton University explores how two proteins involved in Neimann-Pick disease Type C, NPC1 and NPC2, work together to deliver cholesterol (depicted by black ball-structures) across the membrane of late lysosomes/endosomes. Credit: Yan lab

 
 
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