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Structural Biology

antibodies against ebola virus
07.10.2019

Scientists in Israel and Germany show, on the molecular level, how an experimental vaccine offers long-term protection against the disease

TB binding structure
26.11.2018

Solving the structure of a multi-enzyme bacterial complex may help antibiotics do their job against the deadly disease 

cholesterol crystals
13.11.2018

How does a helpful substance like cholesterol turn deadly? 

A Binding Relationship
11.10.2018

A Weizmann Institute of Science study shows how a deadly virus gets into cells

Paired ribosomes
21.12.2017

Paired ribosomes temporarily stop producing proteins. New research suggests a way to prevent this pairing so that antibiotics can make the...

scallop
04.12.2017

The optics of a unique underwater visual system are revealed

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

Dr. Emmanuel Levy
27.05.2014

A new study uncovers the cell’s “social network”

All Together Now
09.02.2014

How do animal embryos take up all the calcium they need to build skeletons, shells or spines?

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