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May 2007

Clipmark: Amyloid protein seen to zip together

explained Eisenberg. 'We managed to grow sections of these proteins into crystals.' Eisenberg's team was specifically interested in a small fragment of the long protein complex that forms the fibril - the folded, twisted, insoluble sheet that develops

Amyloid protein seen to zip together

explained Eisenberg. 'We managed to grow sections of these proteins into crystals.' Eisenberg's team was specifically interested in a small fragment of the long protein complex that forms the fibril - the folded, twisted, insoluble sheet that develops

Clipmark: A new wrinkle in evolution -- Man-made proteins

Their most recent results, published in the May 23rd edition of the journal PLoS ONE, have led to some surprisingly new lessons on how to optimize proteins which have never existed in nature before, in a process they call ‘synthetic evolution.’ "Th

A new wrinkle in evolution -- Man-made proteins

Their most recent results, published in the May 23rd edition of the journal PLoS ONE, have led to some surprisingly new lessons on how to optimize proteins which have never existed in nature before, in a process they call ‘synthetic evolution.’ "Th

Clipmark: Study Of Protein Folds Offers Insight Into Metabolic Evolution

“The most ancient (protein) molecules were involved in the interconversion of nucleotides. But they were not synthesizing them,” Caetano-Anollés said. “We see that all the enzymes that were involved in purine synthesis, for example, were very recen

Study Of Protein Folds Offers Insight Into Metabolic Evolution

“The most ancient (protein) molecules were involved in the interconversion of nucleotides. But they were not synthesizing them,” Caetano-Anollés said. “We see that all the enzymes that were involved in purine synthesis, for example, were very recen

Protein May Be Key to Brain's Evolution - Forbes.com

The study also found that type II neuropsin found in humans originated about five million years ago. Type II neuropsin is a longer form of the protein.

January 2007

Potentially Pathogenic Virus Found in Mad Cow Cells

The alternative view that a virus causes spongiform encephalopathies of the brain, such as “mad cow” and Creutzfeldt-Jakob (CJD) disease, rather than prion proteins, which are normally produced throughout life, is bolstered in a new study by Yale Scho

All Headline News - Study Finds Protein Role In Spread Of Prion Diseases - January 31, 2007

protein fragmentation we studied has a big impact on how fast prion diseases spread and may also play a role in the accumulation of toxic proteins in neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's.

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