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infrared silkworm
20.07.2017

Microfluidics technology enables silk protein capsules to self-assemble

slow: beginning translation
06.03.2017

Slowing ribosomes as they "enter" the RNA highway keeps protein production flowing

Snd2 was tagged with a green fluorescent protein, and the endoplasmic reticulum was marked with a red fluorescent protein. The overlap between the green and red microscopy signals indicates that the newly discovered Snd2 is a receptor on the endoplasmic reticulum membrane.
22.01.2017

A newly discovered “shuttle” for proteins is a “safety net” for vital communication between cells

Evolution of a protein
26.09.2016

 

A protein "time machine" reveals how proteins may have evolved 

Proteomics
08.09.2016

Weizmann Institute Structural Proteomics scientists are at the cutting edge of the pipeline “from gene to 3D structure”

g-incpm staff
21.08.2016

Meet the unique team of experts at the Nancy and Stephen Grand Israel National Center for Personalized Medicine

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?

 Inclusion bodies (red) are surrounded by lipid droplets (green)
27.05.2015

Drops of fat could be key to keeping nerve cells healthy

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