Researchers discover a way to peer inside proteins to see how they are wired

The proteins in our bodies are sophisticated structures that perform specific jobs to keep us functioning and healthy. In many cases, these tiny machines are switched on or off through a two-step process where one part of the protein sends messages to another part called the "active site," triggering the protein to start or stop its job. Sometimes this process—known as allostery—is disrupted, which leads to or contributes to the development of certain diseases.

Researchers discover a way to peer inside proteins to see how they are wired

The proteins in our bodies are sophisticated structures that perform specific jobs to keep us functioning and healthy. In many cases, these tiny machines are switched on or off through a two-step ...

Tue 10 Jul 18 from Phys.org

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Researchers Discover Way to Peer Inside Proteins to See How They Are Wired

NewsUnderstanding how a protein is wired could help research develop ways to control its activity. Scientists believe they've found a reliable way to determine this, according to a new study.Contributed ...

Tue 10 Jul 18 from Laboratory Equipment

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