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Proteins are complex molecules that are made up of amino acids. They can be found in every cell in the body, and carry out vital processes that keep human beings alive. Mutations in proteins can lead to a multitude of diseases, the most common being cancer.

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Engineered DNA PROTAC Shows Promise for p53-R175H Mutant Cancers

Engineered DNA PROTAC Shows Promise for p53-R175H Mutant Cancers

Structural Insights into a Novel Gene-Editing Tool

Structural Insights into a Novel Gene-Editing Tool

LoCoHD: A Novel Method for Comparative Protein Structure Analysis

LoCoHD: A Novel Method for Comparative Protein Structure Analysis

LC-MS/MS analysis provides new insights into early childhood health and development

LC-MS/MS analysis provides new insights into early childhood health and development

Unmasking XPD’s Mechanism in DNA Damage Detection and Repair

Unmasking XPD’s Mechanism in DNA Damage Detection and Repair

Revolutionizing Cell Subpopulation Studies: The ConVERGD Approach

Revolutionizing Cell Subpopulation Studies: The ConVERGD Approach

Novel Protein 'Cloaking' Technique for Enhanced Therapeutic Applications

Novel Protein 'Cloaking' Technique for Enhanced Therapeutic Applications

Deciphering the Genetic Basis of Bayberry Fruit Quality

Deciphering the Genetic Basis of Bayberry Fruit Quality

Modifying Cellular Interactions Near Amyloid Plaques May Offer New Alzheimer's Treatments

Modifying Cellular Interactions Near Amyloid Plaques May Offer New Alzheimer's Treatments

Integrative genomic study identifies two new potential drug targets in Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Integrative genomic study identifies two new potential drug targets in Mycobacterium tuberculosis

CRISPR Screening Reveals Peptide in Human RNA Regulating Inflammation

CRISPR Screening Reveals Peptide in Human RNA Regulating Inflammation

Cryo-EM Study Reveals Cas7-11-CRISPR Complex Regulation Mechanisms

Cryo-EM Study Reveals Cas7-11-CRISPR Complex Regulation Mechanisms

How Immune Cells Decode Cancer's Turbocharged State

How Immune Cells Decode Cancer's Turbocharged State

PhoreMost Introduces GlueSEEKER Platform for Discovery of Molecular Glue Degraders

PhoreMost Introduces GlueSEEKER Platform for Discovery of Molecular Glue Degraders

Sonification Reveals Hidden Patterns in Protein Folding Dynamics

Sonification Reveals Hidden Patterns in Protein Folding Dynamics

Mesenchymal stem cell-derived exosomes carrying vincristine sulfate are effective in killing cancer stem cells

Mesenchymal stem cell-derived exosomes carrying vincristine sulfate are effective in killing cancer stem cells

Remote ischemic conditioning:A potential treatment option for necrotizing enterocolitis

Remote ischemic conditioning:A potential treatment option for necrotizing enterocolitis

Molecular Machinery Behind Plant Growth and Oil Production Deciphered

Molecular Machinery Behind Plant Growth and Oil Production Deciphered

Brookhaven Scientists Unravel Evolutionary Origins of Plant Lignin

Brookhaven Scientists Unravel Evolutionary Origins of Plant Lignin

Study Identifies Ruminococcus gnavus as Key Microbial Partner in Cancer Immunotherapy

Study Identifies Ruminococcus gnavus as Key Microbial Partner in Cancer Immunotherapy

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