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Protein folding

(l-r) Dr. Gili Ben-Nissan, Prof. Yosef Shaul, Dr. Michal Sharon and Oren Moscovitz
24.07.2012

How does the cell keep certain vital proteins from getting recycled?

Experiments revealed multiple possible “paths” through a protein’s folding landscape
14.11.2011

How does a protein fold? Institute scientists count the ways

First Sightings of Individual Proteins as They Fold
01.03.2003
Proteins, it appears, have taken Frank Sinatra's "I Did It My Way" close to heart. A new study published in the current issue...
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20.03.2017

Can quantum physics explain protein folding? 

Prof. Maya Schuldiner and fluorescent cells
22.02.2016

Stuck proteins may contribute to aging

Single-stranded DNA (orange) interacts with the negatively (red) and positively (blue) charged parts of the protein molecule, as well as with its amino acid structures called aromatic groups (green)
27.07.2015

When DNA splits apart, the single strands get double the help to stay in shape

Ubiquitin, labeled with a fluorescent marker (yellow), has been successfully delivered into cells.
27.07.2015

What do proteins look like in their natural environment?

A partially unfolded protein (yellow) is broken down by a “scissor”-proteasome (blue and red)
11.05.2015

Understanding how a pair of molecular “scissors” are kept in check may help treat disease

Prof. Dan Tawfik. Saving mutations
01.10.2009
Protein "babysitters" could speed up evolution in the lab
 Illustration: Surfing on the DNA
01.05.2009
Dr. Koby Levy finds that when it comes to protein stability, cause and effect are not always what they seem
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