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About two components that help COVID-19 make its proteins and multiply
Toxic proteins accumulate in the brains of Alzheimer's patients. In the familial Alzheimer's patients, the accumulation mechanism is clear since there is a circumstantial relationship between the mutations and the identity of the defective proteins. In the random disease, on the other hand, the reason for the accumulation of the defective proteins was unknown
The new system was discovered in bacteria - but is also used in corals, bees and others
New discoveries about how the result of infection with a virus from the herpes family is determined and where dormant viruses may hide in the body
The proteins and mechanisms required to fight the protein accumulations that lead to neurodegenerative diseases have been identified
A story about a protein that doesn't feel electric voltage
The genetic sequence of a virus that caused the morbidity and mortality of tilapia fish is not similar to any known genetic sequence
In response to environmental and intracellular changes, the proteins in our body don a variety of costumes that change their properties and make their identification difficult. The institute's scientists have developed a ground-breaking search engine capable of identifying these proteins with unprecedented efficiency
A combination of artificial intelligence and protein design algorithms allows for the first time access to a gold mine: millions of natural proteins that can be used in a variety of environmental, medical and industrial applications
A new method makes it possible to locate points of similarity between gene control molecules of different species - from lizards to humans - and thus reveal essential sections that have been preserved throughout evolution
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