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Medical News Today: What is Protein? Which Foods Contain Protein?

Learn all about protein, a macronutrient that builds and maintains body tissue. Find out about what protein is used for and which foods contain protein with this article.

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...

New computational model finds new protein-protein interactions in schizophrenia

Researchers have discovered new protein-protein interactions in schizophrenia. The findings could lead to greater understanding of the biological underpinnings of this mental illness, as well as point...

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‐stabilizing and cell‐penetrating properties of α‐helix domain of 30Kc19 protein

The protein‐stabilizing and cell‐penetrating activities of Bombyx mori 30Kc19 α‐helix domain (30Kc19α) were investigated. Recently, 30Kc19 protein has been studied extensively as it has both p...

Medical News Today: ALS may arise from protein build-up in nerve cells

Mutations in the gene SOD1 are known to cause ALS, but it was not known if the associated protein was involved. Now, a study shows the protein may drive ALS in a prion-like way.

The prion protein is an agonistic ligand of the G protein-coupled receptor Adgrg6

The cellular prion protein PrPC promotes peripheral myelin homeostasis by acting on a G protein-coupled receptor to increase levels of cyclic AMP in Schwann cells.

Malignancy-associated gene network regulated by RNA binding protein

The RNA binding protein IGF2BP3 is normally active in fetal tissue and undetectable in most adult tissue. But production of the protein is reactivated in many types of aggressive cancer, and it is ass...

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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...

FRODOCK 2.0: fast protein-protein docking server.

The prediction of protein-protein complexes from the structures of unbound components is a challenging and powerful strategy to decipher the mechanism of many essential biological processes. We presen...

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 ...

Shape complementarity and hydrogen bond preferences in protein-protein interfaces: Implications for antibody modeling and protein-protein docking.

Characterizing protein-protein interfaces and the hydrogen bonds is a first step to better understand proteins' structures and functions toward high-resolution protein design. However, there are few l...

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...

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