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Synthesis of faulty protein chains leads to the formation of toxic aggregates
As researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry report in the current issue of Nature, they have now decoded a new cellular mechanism for the development of aggregates.
Abnormal Proteins Found in ALS and Like Diseases Are 'Tagged' to Form Clumps
For this experiment, the team used yeast cells and techniques in molecular genetic, biochemistry and cell fluorescence to find another subunit in this complex that “controls” protein quality.
Researchers visualize over 10000 proteins of fruit flies
Ordinarily, of course a fly does not shimmer green. Here, researchers - with the help of genetic tricks - succeeded in making a muscle protein glow, which they can then locate under a fluorescence microscope. Credit: MPI for Biochemistry.
'Unboil an egg' machine could revolutionise electronics, drugs
"They range from chemistry to physics, possibly to mineral processing, food processing, biochemistry, medicine and if you think about it there's 10,000 universities in the world so there is a market for just selling it as a research tool," he said.
Nanoparticles Reveal Membrane Proteins' Structure and Function

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