New protein-painting technology could lead to developing cancer immunotherapy medicines that can be administered as a pill.
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Researchers have shown that a monoclonal antibody prevents viruses from fusing with cell membranes to gain entry.
Researchers in the US have devised a new way to clearly image proteins located in synapses, which they hope will faciliate future treatment for diseases associated with blocked gene expression.
Structural and functional study of the nervous system, also known as Neuroscience, is one of the scientific fields that has always crystallized the hopes and fantasy of humankind - not only interms of disease understanding and treatment but also in terms of capacity improvement.
This issue includes an investigation into utilising recombinant antibodies for research, a highlight on protein design using computational methods and an examination of the advances in genomic medicine. Also in the issue are articles on next generation sequencing and upstream bioprocessing.
Researchers have mapped a previously uncharted region of the human genome which could lead to tests for certain conditions in the future.
A report from scientists at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology highlights the advantages and disadvantages of serial femtosecond X-ray crystallography. This article investigates the review, focusing on its role in drug development.
Researchers have revealed the 3D structure of a membrane protein which plays a role in the development of conditions such as epilepsy and blindness.
Scientists reveal the atomic structure and regulative mechanism of the metabolic enzyme transhydrogenase.
The structure of a key receptor involved in tumour metastasis has been imaged in a study, providing opportunities to develop cancer treatments.
A new study has used a combination of imaging methods to understand how the Piezo protein works, improving research into treatments for conditions such as high blood pressure.
Imaging methods are used by scientists to identify therapeutic targets and improve drug efficacy. This article lists five of the latest developments for imaging techniques.