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In a major step toward greener industry, Weizmann Institute scientists create a computational method for generating enzymes with unprecedented...
Recreating conditions that may have existed before the dawn of life, researchers watched droplets give rise to possible precursors of today’s...
How did amino acids start bonding to form proteins? Weizmann Institute of Science researchers bring their findings to life in their...
A look at enzyme evolution suggests life figured out how to use oxygen long before the main event
An experiment in reconstructing primordial proteins solves a long-standing riddle
Once discarded from studies, disordered segments are now understood to have important roles to play in the cell
Mapping where these errors occur was a feat they said couldn't be done. It turns out many are not random
Proto-enzymes designed in the lab bound strongly to RNA and DNA, suggesting a surprising origin for these proteins
Including “non-ideal” components in the designs may be key to functional artificial proteins
A “one-stop,” computer-design “shop” for stabilizing problematic proteins