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How Nerve Cells Keep Misfolded Proteins in Check

News   Mar 28, 2019 | Original Press Release from Ruhr University Bochum

 
How Nerve Cells Keep Misfolded Proteins in Check

Dr. Verian Bader and Ana Sánchez Vicente are members of the research team headed by Professor Konstanze Winklhofer (in the background) which has revealed a new role of the protein complex Lubac. Credit: RUB, Marquard

 
 
 

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