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Each mammalian cell contains up to 20,000 proteins, all of which must be maintained and regulated. Proteostasis is a complex pathway that functions to maintain all of the proteins within and around a cell.
Stimulation of reactive astrocytes promotes the elimination of mutated protein in Huntington's disease

Stimulation of reactive astrocytes promotes the elimination of mutated protein in Huntington's disease

Stanford study reveals how ribosomes may contribute to age-related diseases

Stanford study reveals how ribosomes may contribute to age-related diseases

Mitochondrial inner membrane fusion protein acts as a molecular chaperone

Mitochondrial inner membrane fusion protein acts as a molecular chaperone

New mouse line reveals the state of proteostasis in mammalian brain for the first time

New mouse line reveals the state of proteostasis in mammalian brain for the first time

Infrared spectroscopy reveals DNA molecular processes in real time

Infrared spectroscopy reveals DNA molecular processes in real time

Hyperosmotic stress induces phase separation of the proteasomes

Hyperosmotic stress induces phase separation of the proteasomes