Synthetic cells reveal the secrets of protein affinity in living cells
Could protein segments be more “exposed” when they’re folded?
Heat-resistance tags on bacterial RNA hold clues to human diseases
Once discarded from studies, disordered segments are now understood to have important roles to play in the cell
Through millions of years of evolution, shrimps have developed unique-shaped eyes that enable them to see well in their immediate environment -...
The molecule points the way toward treating viruses that cross from animals to humans
Scientists in Israel and Germany show, on the molecular level, how an experimental vaccine offers long-term protection against the disease
Solving the structure of a multi-enzyme bacterial complex may help antibiotics do their job against the deadly disease
How does a helpful substance like cholesterol turn deadly?