You are here

Protein recycling

Merbl_proteasomes
22.10.2018

A novel technology for profiling protein turnover and degradation offers new insight into diagnosis and understanding the molecular basis of...

op: Mass spectrometry, along with other methods, reveals that the protein CSNAP is the ninth subunit of the COP9 signalosome (CSN) complex. Bottom: COP9 complex subunits compared with those of the 19S proteasome suggest that CSNAP is the corresponding subunit to the smallest proteasome protein, filling in the puzzle of the “missing piece
26.10.2015

The protein had evaded detection for decades; without it, cells may turn cancerous

(l-r) Drs. Yishai Levin, Michal Sharon, Maria Füzesi-Levi and Gili Ben-Nisan
23.02.2014

The cell’s recycler is a shape shifter that is versatile, subtle and sophisticated

(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?

Illustration: helping hand
13.06.2011

When one of the cell’s garbage disposal systems is in trouble, another one lends a hand.

(l-r) Prof. Zvulun Elazar, Tomer Shpilka and Hilla Weidberg. Construction details
30.05.2011

The proper assembly of a recycling compartment is critical for the life of a cell.