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12:53 EDT 30th April 2016 | BioPortfolio

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Small molecules, big targets: drug discovery faces the protein–protein interaction challenge

The biological rationale for targeting protein–protein interactions as a therapeutic strategy is strong, but identifying viable small-molecule drugs to achieve this has proved highly challenging. Th...

2016 Protein Science Best Paper Awards

(The Protein Society) The Protein Society announces the 4th annual selection of two Protein Science authors as winners of the 2016 Best Paper Awards. The winners will be acknowledged at the 30th Anniv...

Protein aggregation: A rescue by chaperones

Protein aggregation is associated with more than 50 human pathologies, including prevalent conditions such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases. A phenotypic screen in Escherichia coli associating ...

2016 Protein Society Awards

(The Protein Society) The Protein Society congratulates the winners of the 2016 Protein Society Awards. The recipients will receive their awards at the 30th Anniversary Symposium of the Protein Societ...

Researchers use viral particles to trap intact mammalian protein complexes

Belgian scientists from VIB and UGent developed Virotrap, a viral particle sorting approach for purifying protein complexes under native conditions. This method catches a bait protein together with it...

Protein Adsorption Can Be Reduced if the Right Lab Consumables Are Used

Protein adsorption, the nonspecific binding of protein molecules to solid surfaces, has always complicated the development as well as the commercialization of protein therapeutics. During research a...

Protein-Heavy Meals Make You Feel Fuller, Sooner: Study

THURSDAY, March 3, 2016 -- There may be something to those high-protein diets, with a new study finding that protein does make you feel full sooner. Many people boost their uptake of meat and other pr...

A magnetic protein biocompass

A polymeric protein complex consisting of a newly identified magnetoreceptor protein and known magnetoreception-related photoreceptor cryptochromes exhibits spontaneous alignment in magnetic fields.

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Coupled binding and folding of intrinsically disordered proteins: what can we learn from kinetics?

Protein or protein regions that are not forming well-defined structures in their free states under native-like conditions are called intrinsically disordered proteins. Such proteins are very common in...

LC-MS/MS multiplexed assay for the quantitation of a therapeutic protein BMS-986089 and the target protein Myostatin.

Therapeutic protein discovery study highlights the need for the development of quantitative bioanalytical methods for determining the levels of both the therapeutic protein and the target protein, as ...

Characterizing informative sequence descriptors and predicting binding affinities of heterodimeric protein complexes.

Protein-protein interactions (PPIs) are involved in various biological processes, and underlying mechanism of the interactions plays a crucial role in therapeutics and protein engineering. Most machin...

Consumption of Milk Protein or Whey Protein Results in a Similar Increase in Muscle Protein Synthesis in Middle Aged Men.

The differential ability of various milk protein fractions to stimulate muscle protein synthesis (MPS) has been previously described, with whey protein generally considered to be superior to other fra...

Studying Protein-Protein Interactions in Budding Yeast Using Co-immunoprecipitation.

Understanding protein-protein interactions and the architecture of protein complexes in which they work is essential to identify their biological role. Protein co-immunoprecipitation (co-IP) is an inv...

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