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Nature-Inspired Approach Accelerates Folding of Cysteine-Rich Peptides for Drug Discovery

Nature-Inspired Approach Accelerates Folding of Cysteine-Rich Peptides for Drug Discovery

New Biomarker Offers Early Detection of ALS and FTD

New Biomarker Offers Early Detection of ALS and FTD

Protein Fragments Uncover New Extremophiles, Aiding Alien Life Search

Protein Fragments Uncover New Extremophiles, Aiding Alien Life Search

Scientists Design Proteins to Reach Hidden Cellular Targets

Scientists Design Proteins to Reach Hidden Cellular Targets

Scientists Pinpoint Gene Linked to Neuronal Susceptibility in Alzheimer’s Disease

Scientists Pinpoint Gene Linked to Neuronal Susceptibility in Alzheimer’s Disease

Breakthrough Studies Shed Light on Origins of Homochirality in Biology

Breakthrough Studies Shed Light on Origins of Homochirality in Biology

CAR Peptide Accelerates Tissue Repair and Minimizes Scarring

CAR Peptide Accelerates Tissue Repair and Minimizes Scarring

Plant Peptides Guide Iron to Fuel Nitrogen Fixation

Plant Peptides Guide Iron to Fuel Nitrogen Fixation

Exploring the Potential of Gut-Derived Nisin-Like Lantibiotics

Exploring the Potential of Gut-Derived Nisin-Like Lantibiotics

Tomatoes as Nature's Antibacterial Agents

Tomatoes as Nature's Antibacterial Agents

Novel Peptides from South American Bushmaster and Pit Viper

Novel Peptides from South American Bushmaster and Pit Viper

EPFL Scientists Develop Platform for Orally Available Cyclic Peptide Drugs

EPFL Scientists Develop Platform for Orally Available Cyclic Peptide Drugs

New AI-Generated Proteins Could Revolutionize Medicine and Beyond

New AI-Generated Proteins Could Revolutionize Medicine and Beyond

NTNU Develops Dual-Mechanism Antibiotic Strategy to Combat Antimicrobial Resistance

NTNU Develops Dual-Mechanism Antibiotic Strategy to Combat Antimicrobial Resistance

Revolutionizing Peptide Sequencing with Machine Learning for Personalized Medicine

Revolutionizing Peptide Sequencing with Machine Learning for Personalized Medicine

Could A Small Flower Hold The Key to More Stable Peptide Drugs?

Could A Small Flower Hold The Key to More Stable Peptide Drugs?

Study Identifies Significant Changes in Peptides During Pyroglutamination

Study Identifies Significant Changes in Peptides During Pyroglutamination

Unlocking the Potential of Lab-Made Hydrogel for Tissue Growth and Medical Applications

Unlocking the Potential of Lab-Made Hydrogel for Tissue Growth and Medical Applications

Small Chemical Change to Boost Bioavailability of Drug Molecules

Small Chemical Change to Boost Bioavailability of Drug Molecules

New Approach to Treating Age-Related Diseases by Targeting Aging Cells

New Approach to Treating Age-Related Diseases by Targeting Aging Cells

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