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  1. Research reveals atomic-level changes in ALS-linked protein - EurekAlert (press release)
  2. Protein Crystallization & Crystallography Market Size & Share set for accelerated growth by 2022 - Y–ĺur N—?sk–įyun–į
  3. Protein Crystallization Market Insights, Trends and Forecast up to 2025 - Edition Truth
  4. Scripps Uncovers Structure of Key Protein Receptor for Medications - Times of San Diego
  5. Global Outlook for Protein Crystallization Market by Key Trends and Analysis 2020 - satPRnews (press release)
  6. Suppressing key gene may improve plant digestion - Feedstuffs
  7. NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 5 January 2018 - Space Ref (press release)
  8. Exploring Structural Biology: Tools & Techniques Used in the Study of Membrane Protein Structure - MilTech
  9. Protein dynamics: NMR focuses on GPCRs - spectroscopyNOW.com
  10. Protein's Dynamic Structural Features Could Help Improve Drug Design - Technology Networks
  11. Protein dynamics: NMR focuses on GPCRs - spectroscopyNOW.com
  12. NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 2 January 2018 - Installing New Exterior Sensors - Space Ref (press release)
  13. Structure of A2aAR protein holds clues for better drug design - Drug Target Review
  14. GPCR's Internal Dynamics Probed with NMR - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
  15. Protein's Dynamic Structural Features Could Help Improve Drug ... - Technology Networks
  16. Discovery of key protein's structure may help improve drug design - Brinkwire (press release)
  17. Discovery of key protein's structure may help improve drug design - News-Medical.net
  18. Advanced Image of A2aAR Protein Could Lead to Better Drug ... - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
  19. San Diego Scientists Uncover Structure Of Key Proteins Targeted By Half Of Medications - KPBS
  20. New structure of key protein holds clues for better drug design - Phys.Org
  21. New structure of key protein holds clues for better drug design - Science Daily
  22. Nanodiscs catch misfolding proteins red-handed - EurekAlert (press release)
  23. Parkinson's Protein Aggregates Seen in Action Destroying Neurons in Brain - Parkinson's News Today
  24. Scientists have obtained a structural snapshot of proteins that cause type 2 diabetes - Biotechin.Asia
  25. Parkinson's disease: How toxic proteins damage healthy brain cells - Medical News Today
  26. Nanodiscs Catch Misfolding Proteins Red-Handed - Technology Networks
  27. Protein Crystallization and Crystallography Market Outlook to 2025 ... - MilTech
  28. Protein Crystallization and Crystallography Market Outlook to 2025 by Mitegen, Anton Paar and Others - satPRnews (press release)
  29. 'Sushi-like' nanodiscs provide structural snapshots of misfolding proteins - News-Medical.net
  30. Nanodiscs catch misfolding proteins red-handed - EurekAlert (press release)
  31. Scientists make breakthrough in understanding how Parkinson's ... - iNews
  32. Alzheimer's Tau protein forms toxic complexes with cell membranes - EurekAlert (press release)
  33. Nanodiscs catch misfolding proteins red-handed - Infosurhoy
  34. For Some Chaperones, Stability Comes in Pairs | GEN - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
  35. DNA damage repair‚??molecular insights - Phys.Org
  36. Nano 'sushi' catch toxic amyloids in action - Futurity - Futurity: Research News
  37. Nanodiscs catch misfolding proteins red-handed - Phys.org - Phys.Org
  38. Nanodiscs catch misfolding proteins - Xinhua
  39. Scientists Find Brake for Protein Shell of HIV, Blocking Infection - AJMC.com Managed Markets Network
  40. Researchers Put the Brakes on HIV's Ability to Infect - Technology Networks
  41. Researchers discover 'brake' that interferes with HIV's development into infectious agent - News-Medical.net
  42. Discovery puts the brakes on HIV's ability to infect: Researchers find ... - Science Daily
  43. Magic-angle-spinning NMR used to probe protein/microtubule assembly at atomic scale - Phys.Org
  44. Discovery Puts the Brakes on HIV's Ability to Infect - Laboratory Equipment
  45. Discovery puts the brakes on HIV's ability to infect | EurekAlert ... - EurekAlert (press release)
  46. Manufacturing Bits: Nov. 28 - SemiEngineering
  47. The Overlooked Link Between Two of This Year's Nobel Prizes - Quanta Magazine
  48. Cholesterol Helps Flu Virus Escape Through Host Cell's Membrane, Says Study - Scicasts (press release) (blog)
  49. Alzheimer's Tau protein forms toxic complexes with cell membranes - Science Daily
  50. Cholesterol Helps Flu Virus Escape Through Host Cell's Membrane - Bioscience Technology
  51. Cholesterol Helps Flu Virus Escape Through Host Cell's Membrane, Says Study - Scicasts (press release) (blog)
  52. Protein Crystallization & Crystallography Market Trends Will double ... - MENAFN.COM
  53. Protein Crystallization & Crystallography Market Trends Will double by 2024 - MENAFN.COM
  54. Alzheimer's Tau protein forms toxic complexes with cell membranes - Medical Xpress
  55. MIT researchers gain new insight on how flu spreads from cell to cell in the body - The Boston Globe
  56. Cholesterol helps flu virus escape through host cell's membrane - Phys.Org
  57. Significant Size & Share Growth in Global Protein Crystallization ... - Talk Daily News
  58. DBT to begin research in areas of 'Structural Biology of Membrane Proteins' - pharmabiz.com
  59. Researchers probe brain disease-causing proteins at the atomic ... - Science Daily
  60. Researchers probe brain disease-causing proteins at the atomic level - Phys.Org
  61. Trends in Protein Crystallization Market Detailed in New Research ... - MilTech
  62. A New Class: Protein-Protein Interactions As Drug Targets - Bio-IT World
  63. Impact of Existing and Emerging Protein Crystallization Market Trends and Forecast to 2020 - Latest Market Reports By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)
  64. Two Idaho State University Researchers publish research on Diabetes - Idaho State Journal
  65. At last, cancer-fighting inhibitors hit deubiquitinase target selectively ... - The Biological SCENE
  66. More government support needed for research - Lethbridge Herald
  67. Last unknown structure of HIV-1 solved, another step in efforts to ... - Phys.Org
  68. In vitro and in vivo protein release and anti-ischemia/ reperfusion injury properties of bone morphogenetic protein ... - Dove Medical Press
  69. Protein motion questions unravelled. - Technology Networks (blog)
  70. Protein Motion Questions Unravelled - Technology Networks
  71. MEBIAS Discovery LLC Presents Pre-Clinical Data on Mu Opioid Receptor Pain Compounds at ADDC - Business Wire (press release)
  72. Universality and specificity in protein motions - Science Daily
  73. Team identifies universality and specificity in protein motions - Phys.Org
  74. Oregon team identifies universality and specificity in protein motions - EurekAlert (press release)
  75. Finishing the Jigsaw: Identifying How Drugs Interact with Molecules Could Lead to Better Treatments - Technology Networks
  76. Protein Crystallization & Crystallography Market: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and ... - Digital Journal
  77. Completing the Drug Design Jigsaw - R & D Magazine
  78. Completing the drug design jigsaw - Phys.Org
  79. A cold, clear view of life wins chemistry Nobel - Science Magazine
  80. Research into Cryo-Electron Microscopy Lands Nobel Prize in Chemistry - Futurism
  81. Validating hits through NMR as an orthogonal biophysical method - News-Medical.net
  82. Protein Crystallization & Crystallography Market 2016 By Industry Size, Share & Key Drivers 2024 - Medgadget (blog)
  83. Cal Lutheran gets $195000 National Science Foundation grant for proteins research - Ventura County Star
  84. Using NMR and MD simulation to study helicity in IDPs - News-Medical.net
  85. This Is The Closest Look We've Ever Had at The Proteins Linked to Alzheimer's Disease - ScienceAlert
  86. Protein Structure Determination - News-Medical.net
  87. Scientists Use Phosphorylation to Separate FUS Protein Clumps, Common in ALS, in Lab Study - ALS News Today
  88. Researchers demystify interdomain communication pathway in Hsp70 protein - News-Medical.net
  89. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Aids Cancer Drug - News-Medical.net
  90. UMass Amherst Biochemists Simulate a Protein-Folding Chaperone's Functional Dance - UMass News and Media Relations
  91. Using Light To Build Bridges In Cells - Asian Scientist Magazine
  92. Biochemists simulate a protein-folding chaperone's functional dance - Phys.Org
  93. Reproducibility: Check your chemistry - Nature.com
  94. Neue Plattform zur Aufkl√§rung von gro√?en Protein- und Nukleins√§urestrukturen - Laborpraxis
  95. EMSL has expanded far beyond original focus 20 years ago - Tri-City Herald
  96. Structure of superlong, ice-binding protein reported - Chemical & Engineering News
  97. New polymer allows researchers to study how proteins fold, function - Phys.Org
  98. How cicadas manage to 'wing it' - Canada Free Press
  99. Structure of superlong, ice-binding protein reported - Chemical & Engineering News
  100. Antarctic bacterium has one of the biggest proteins ever found - Science Daily
  101. How cicadas manage to 'wing it' - Science Daily
  102. Dutch and Canadian researchers detail one of the biggest proteins ever found - EurekAlert (press release)
  103. New study details one of biology's largest proteins - UPI.com
  104. Application Note: Isotope Labeling of Alanine Methyl Groups for NMR Studies of High-Molecular-Weight Proteins - SelectScience
  105. Application Note: Isotope Labeling of Alanine Methyl Groups for NMR Studies of High-Molecular-Weight Proteins - SelectScience
  106. Application Note: Isotope Labeling of Alanine Methyl Groups for NMR Studies of High-Molecular-Weight Proteins - SelectScience
  107. Fascinated by Folding - The Scientist
  108. Application Note: Improving Signal Intensities and Assignment of Membrane Proteins by Solid-State MAS-NMR Using ... - SelectScience
  109. Application Note: Improving Signal Intensities and Assignment of Membrane Proteins by Solid-State MAS-NMR Using ... - SelectScience
  110. Application Note: Improving Signal Intensities and Assignment of Membrane Proteins by Solid-State MAS-NMR Using ... - SelectScience
  111. Protein folding: Much more intricate than we thought - Chemical & Engineering News
  112. Application Note: In Vitro Protein Synthesis of Perdeuterated Proteins for NMR Studies - SelectScience
  113. In Vitro Protein Synthesis of Perdeuterated Proteins for NMR Studies - SelectScience
  114. Researchers demonstrate new way to produce high-density clusters ... - Phys.Org
  115. Journal Highlight: Experimental conformational energy maps of proteins and peptides - spectroscopyNOW.com
  116. Application Note: Efficient Uniform Labeling of Proteins Expressed in Baculovirus-Infected Insect Cells Using ... - SelectScience
  117. CH3] Labeled Proteins for Methyl-TROSY NMR - SelectScience
  118. Can-Fite on go with mid-stage study of namodenoson in fatty liver disease - Seeking Alpha
  119. CH3] Labeled Proteins for Methyl-TROSY NMR - SelectScience
  120. CH3] Labeled Proteins for Methyl-TROSY NMR - SelectScience
  121. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Scanner For Individual Proteins - Photonics Online
  122. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Shows Structure of Proteins at Atomic Resolution - Medgadget (blog)
  123. Protein Crystallization Market Estimated to Flourish by 2020 - MilTech
  124. Proteine: Forscher der Uni Halle untersuchen wichtige Schaltzentrale in der Zelle - Medizin-Aspekte
  125. Product News: New Tribrid Mass Spectrometer Delivers New Levels of Power and Performance for Protein and Small ... - SelectScience
  126. Studying 3D Protein Structures to Defeat Infectious Diseases - Contemporary Clinic
  127. Uncovering 3D Protein Structures to Combat Infectious Diseases - Specialty Pharmacy Times
  128. Creative Biostructure's Novel Membrane Protein Screening Platform Enables Deeper Insights into Membrane Protein ... - MENAFN.COM
  129. Medication That Inhibits PCSK9 Safely Reduces Cardiovascular Risk in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes - PR Newswire (press release)
  130. Tackling infectious disease ‚?? one protein at a time - Medical Xpress
  131. Tackling Infectious Disease, One Protein at a Time - Infection Control Today
  132. Tackling infectious disease, one protein at a time - Science Daily
  133. Visualizing RNA-protein Interactions in Live Human Cells - Bioscience Technology
  134. Discovery of how amyloids bind metal ions sheds light on protein function - Phys.Org
  135. NMR reveals entropy redistribution: Bacterial proteins - spectroscopyNOW.com
  136. Prion study reveals how abnormal proteins damage nerve cells in the brain - UC Santa Cruz (press release)
  137. A New Factor In Protein Folding - Seeking Alpha
  138. WSU receives NIH grant to study heart problems at molecular level - WSU News
  139. Atomic-level motion may drive bacteria's ability to evade immune system defenses, finds IU study - IU Newsroom
  140. Web-based open-source program determines protein structures - Phys.Org
  141. NMR reveals entropy redistribution: Bacterial proteins - spectroscopyNOW.com
  142. NMR reveals entropy redistribution: Bacterial proteins - spectroscopyNOW.com
  143. Protein Crystallization Market Set to Witness an Uptick During 2020 : Persistence Market Research - MilTech
  144. Atomic-level motion may drive bacteria's ability to evade immune system defenses - Science Daily
  145. Atomic-level motion may drive bacteria's ability to evade immune system defenses Indiana University - EurekAlert (press release)
  146. The Protein Society announces its 2017 award recipients - EurekAlert (press release)
  147. Global Protein Crystallization Market to Register Steady Growth by 2020 - MilTech
  148. Sleeping Sickness: Parasite's Achilles Heel Determined, Geared Towards Cure - Science Times
  149. New therapeutic strategy against sleeping sickness - Phys.Org
  150. Researchers focus on cell membranes to develop Alzheimer's ... - Science Daily
  151. Evolutionary advantage of the common periwinkle - Science Daily
  152. Evolutionary advantage of the common periwinkle | EurekAlert ... - EurekAlert (press release)
  153. Heavy metal binding domain in a cysteine-rich protein may be sea snail adaptation to metal stress - Phys.Org
  154. Protein Crystallization Market to Observe Strong Development by 2020 - Medgadget (blog)
  155. Tool narrows search for elusive protein structures - Spectrum
  156. Visualizing assemblies of the proteins that direct cyanobacterial circadian rhythms - Medical Xpress
  157. Scientists reveal how an ancient biological clock works - UC Santa Cruz (press release)
  158. Ancient Biological Clockwork Revealed Using 'Secret Sauce' - UC Merced University News
  159. What is Structural Genomics? - News-Medical.net
  160. Biophysicists propose new approach for membrane protein crystallization - Nanotechnology News (press release)
  161. New Approach for Membrane Protein Crystallization - Technology Networks
  162. Protein Crystallization Market Set to Witness an Uptick by 2020 ... - Satellite PR News (press release)
  163. New Approach for Membrane Protein Crystallization - Technology Networks
  164. Biophysicists propose new approach for membrane protein ... - Phys.Org
  165. Protein Electrophoresis Market ‚?? Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2015 ‚?? 2023 - Medgadget (blog)
  166. Biophysicists propose new approach for membrane protein crystallization - EurekAlert (press release)
  167. Light Microscopy Provides Deep Look into Protein Structure - Laboratory Equipment
  168. How to determine a protein's shape - The Economist
  169. Molecular biology: How to determine a protein's shape - Yahoo News
  170. Molecular biology: How to determine a protein's shape - Yahoo News
  171. How to determine a protein's shape - The Economist
  172. numares Initiates Worldwide Commercial Launch of insightLP√Ę ... - GuruFocus.com
  173. numares Initiates Worldwide Commercial Launch of insightLP‚?Ę-S50 to Provide New Insights in Lipoprotein Research - Yahoo Finance
  174. Researchers compile list of toxins and medicinal compounds produced by amphibian family - News-Medical.net
  175. Light microscopy provides a deep look into protein structure - Phys.org - Phys.Org
  176. Protein Crystallization Market Is Growing At Significant Rate, 2020 - Persistence Market Research - Medgadget (blog)
  177. Big data (and volunteers) help scientists solve hundreds of protein puzzles - GeekWire
  178. Unknown Protein Structures Predicted | The Scientist Magazine¬ģ - The Scientist
  179. Future and Scope of Global Protein Crystallization Market by 2020 - NewsMaker (press release)
  180. Global Protein Crystallization Market Headed for Growth and Global Expansion by 2020 - Digital Journal
  181. Growth Predicted for the Global Protein Crystallization Market by 2020 - Medgadget (blog)
  182. The spliceosome: NMR spFRET dice up protein complex - spectroscopyNOW.com
  183. Quite the character - Lab News
  184. Protein Crystallization Market will generate new growth opportunities by 2020 - NewsMaker (press release)
  185. Protein Crystallization Market Expected to Be Biggest Emerging Market by 2020 - Satellite PR News (press release)
  186. New Risk Prediction Method for Gestational Diabetes - MedPage Today
  187. Predicting Gestational Diabetes in Obese Women - MedPage Today
  188. Seven UCD faculty members elected as AAAS fellows - Davis Enterprise
  189. Researchers 'Watch' Protein Aggregation Process That Leads to Parkinson's Disease - Parkinson's News Today
  190. Slicing the spliceosome: NMR dices protein complex - spectroscopyNOW.com
  191. Alternative Splice Means Anchors Aweigh for Cell Death Protein - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
  192. 7 Faculty Members Elected as AAAS Fellows - UC Davis
  193. The good, the bad and the spliceosome - Science Daily
  194. Building better nanodiscs: Improved tool provides unprecedented view of viral infection - Phys.Org
  195. Building Better Nanodiscs - Harvard Medical School (registration)
  196. National MagLab breaks new world record with strongest NMR magnet - Florida Flambeau
  197. Highly sensitive detection of protein biomarkers via nuclear magnetic resonance biosensor with magnetically ... - Dove Medical Press
  198. Protein Crystallization Market: Protein crystallization is a process of formation of protein crystals, 2020 - PMR Study - Medgadget (blog)
  199. Using Isothermal Titration Calorimetry for Biophysical Characterization of Chromatin-Binding Proteins - News-Medical.net
  200. Structural biology Faster spinning for better structure resolution - Nature.com
  201. Probing a mosquito protein for clues in the fight against Zika - Science Daily
  202. Parkinson's disease protein plays vital 'marshalling' role in healthy brains - Imperial College London
  203. Parkinson's Disease protein plays vital ‚??marshalling‚?? role in healthy brains - Daily News & Analysis
  204. Should cancer research target this mitosis step? - Futurity: Research News
  205. Who knew this Brandeis scientist was a champion basketball player? - Brandeis University
  206. Mitosis study finds potential cancer target - Phys.Org
  207. Students bring 'fresh insights' to scientific research on gene expression, deep neural networks and more - Clark University News Hub
  208. The First Stage Of The G Cascade - Science 2.0 - Science 2.0
  209. Study shows how mutations disrupt ALS-linked protein - Science Codex
  210. NMR protein structures: No deuteration required - Physics Today
  211. Study shows how mutations disrupt ALS-linked protein | EurekAlert ... - EurekAlert (press release)
  212. Testing Programs Ensure Drug Product Stability and Shelf Life - Pharmaceutical Technology Magazine (press release) (blog)
  213. Study Sheds Light On Structure of Alzheimer Fibrils - Scicasts (press release) (blog)
  214. Analyzing dynamic proteins - MIT News
  215. Under the M: Forensic Science expert to deliver keynote lecture at Medicolegal Death Conference - The Missoulian
  216. Alzheimer fibrils at atomic resolution - EurekAlert (press release)
  217. Alzheimer fibrils at atomic resolution: Fundamental structural ... - Science Daily
  218. Protein allostery and NMR - News-Medical.net
  219. The Stellar Physics Used to Probe Mysterious Crystals Inside a Cockroach - The Wire
  220. Creative Biostructure Provides Three Biophysical Characterization Methods - Bio-IT World
  221. Protein Crystallization Market : Facts, Figures and Analytical Insights 2014 to 2020 - Medgadget (blog)
  222. Ethnic differences observed in lipids, lipoproteins for women with prediabetes, obesity - Healio
  223. Pakistani scholar gets Doctorate degree from Oxford - Daily Times
  224. Protein stays stable without its charges - The Biological SCENE
  225. This protein designer aims to revolutionize medicines and materials - Science Magazine
  226. UW-Madison Lands $6M NIH Grant for Mass Spec Development Center - GenomeWeb
  227. Charge-free protein retains its structure and function - The Biological SCENE
  228. Charge-free protein retains its structure and function - The Biological SCENE
  229. Magic-angle-spinning NMR used to probe protein/microtubule assembly at atomic scale - UD Daily
  230. MRI machine at the nanoscale breaks world records - Phys.Org
  231. A toxic quick-change artist - Science Daily
  232. Protein Crystallization Market : Growth, Development, and Outlook 2014 ‚?? 2020 - Medgadget (blog)
  233. Bruker Announces More Comprehensive and Efficient NMR Profiling Module for Detailed Lipoprotein Subclass Analysis in Cardiovascular Disease Research
  234. More efficient and comprehensive NMR profiling module for detailed lipoprotein subclass analysis announced by Bruker - News-Medical.net
  235. Brilliant hard drive quality with magnetic field sensors made of diamond - Science Daily
  236. How Does Your Garden Grow? Study Identifies Instigators of Plant Growth - Newswise (press release)
  237. Bruker Announces More Comprehensive and Efficient NMR Profiling Module for Detailed Lipoprotein Subclass ... - SelectScience.net (press release) (registration)
  238. Using NMR to investigate intrinsically disordered proteins: an interview with Dr Isabella Felli - News-Medical.net
  239. Bruker Poised on Product Launches amid Near-Term Risks - Nasdaq
  240. Bruker Announces More Comprehensive and Efficient NMR Profiling Module for Detailed Lipoprotein - PR Newswire (press release)
  241. U of A Takes First, Second in Student Poster Competition - University of Arkansas Newswire
  242. Bruker Announces More Comprehensive and Efficient NMR Profiling Module for Detailed Lipoprotein Subclass ... - PR Newswire (press release)
  243. How does your garden grow? Study identifies instigators of plant growth - Phys.Org
  244. Using FTIR Spectroscopy to Determine Protein Secondary Structure - News-Medical.net
  245. Shortening the Experiment Recording Time for Protein NMR - AZoM
  246. Molecular Protection Linked to a Degenerative Neuromuscular Disease Discovered - Scicasts (press release) (blog)
  247. Discovery of Molecular Protection Linked to Kennedy's Disease - American Council on Science and Health
  248. Discovery of molecular protection linked to a degenerative neuromuscular disease - Science Daily
  249. Discovery of molecular protection linked to a degenerative neuromuscular disease - Phys.Org
  250. Novel protein inhibitors engineered as alternative approach to potentially treat cancer - Science Daily