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Device cracks milk protein
Hunting for TB’s most vulnerable genes
Human molecule able to block toxic forms of protein triggering Parkinson’s disease identified
Protein variant prevents transmission of chronic wasting disease in white-tailed deer
Discovery of a potential new treatment target could help combat COVID-19
Under Pressure: Manipulating Protein-mimicking Molecules with Hydrostatic Pressure
How Puppeteers Use Performance to Communicate Research
Specialized technique captures unique protein structures in neuropathy disorders
EMBL Hamburg lights way to folding next-level origami
Retrofitting MIT’s deep learning “boot camp” for virtual world
Team receives new funding to advance understanding of misfolded proteins linked with dementia
Uncovering Anti-Myeloma Resistance Files
Advanced imaging technology captures translation of maternal genome
How 3-D structure of eye-lens proteins is formed
Preventing seizures after brain injury could stave off dementia
NAD+ can restore age-related muscle deterioration
A recipe for protein footprinting
Building better vaccines for elderly
How a protein ‘hunkers down’ to conserve energy
Understanding frustration could lead to better drugs
Folding proteins feel heat, and cold
At our cores, we’re all strengthened by ‘dumbbells’
Open data sharing accelerates COVID-19 research
Scientists create protein models to explore toxic methylmercury formation
Nine Cambridge researchers among this year’s Royal Society medal and award winners
X-ray Scattering Shines Light on Protein Folding
Servier and Autonomous University of Barcelona collaborate to accelerate research into Parkinson’s disease
VFD creates improved bacteria detector
Relationship of proteins
Simulations on biologically relevant time scales
HKU scientists and collaborators uncover a new mechanism for balancing protein stability during neuronal
A natural amino acid could be a novel treatment for polyglutamine diseases
Hidden symmetry found in chemical kinetic equations
Getting back to chemistry basics: How simple soap saves lives
A chemist investigates how proteins assume their shape
An efficient DNA-tagging strategy to assist early detection of disease signatures
New study enhances knowledge about widespread diseases
Potential drop signals imminent danger
Synthetic biology enables protein origami
Four of Oxford’s leading scientists scoop Royal Society awards
Unmasking mutant cancer cells
Jaclyn earns STEMM mentor opportunity
Mums-to-be hold key to possible longer life