Rapid nucleic acid and protein quantification

BioTek's Take3 Trio Micro-Volume Plate capable of measuring up to forty-eight 2µL sample

Measuring precise protein charges

Wyatt Technology’s Möbius Mobility Instrument facilitates protein net charge computation at low concentrations

Workflow solution for quantitative protein analysis

Applications of high throughput microchromatography for protein analysis are designed to purify, quantitate and react

Online database to accelerate protein analysis

ETH Zurich develops the first proteomics MRM atlas with QTRAP Technology from AB SCIEX

Streamlining protein precipitation sample preparation technique

The p3 microplate eliminates the mess and complex sample preparation, no centrifuging, no vortexing Preparation Technique

Mapping protein stability using automated circular dichroism spectroscopy

David Gregson and Lindsay Cole describe a new automated circular dichroism technique for measuring protein conformation

GPC TD system for polymer and protein characterisation

SEC-3010 triple detector system for high performance characterisation of polymers and proteins using GPC/SEC

Isolated soy protein for beverages

Solpro 735 is designed for beverage applications where calcium fortification is required

Map of herpes virus protein

Research reveals the unusual structure of the protein complex that allows a herpes virus to invade cells, a detailed map of a key piece of the herpes virus cell-entry machinery.

Precise control of protein activity

A recent paper describes a new technique called engineered allosteric regulation, which provides a new tool for scientists who study the interactions of proteins within living cells.

Viral protein structure study offers HIV hope

The UK's National Physical Laboratory is involved in a collaborative project that is helping to further the understanding of HIV viral protein structure which could lead to new molecular medicines.

Alzheimer's memory problems originate with protein clumps

Using a new mouse model of Alzheimer's disease, researchers have found that Alzheimer's pathology originates in Amyloid-Beta oligomers in the brain, rather amyloid plaques.

Structure of inner-ear protein dictates disease

A team of researchers has discovered how the structure of a vital region of cadherin-23, one of two proteins that join to form each tip link, relates to the hearing process.

Progress in understanding protein architecture

Researchers in Singapore are reporting this week that they have gleaned key insights into the architecture of a protein that controls iron levels in almost all organisms.

The assembly of protein strands into fibrils

The Atomic Force Microscope depicts on its screen the few nanometre thick and few micrometre long fibers as white flexible sticks, crisscrossing the surface on which they are deposited.

Key protein aids in DNA repair

Scientists have shown in multiple contexts that DNA damage over our lifetimes is a key mechanism behind the development of cancer and other age-related diseases.

Defective protein is a double hit for ataxia

Researchers now report that the defective protein responsible for spinocerebellar ataxia type 5 cuts the number of synaptic terminals and snarls traffic inside neurons.

Structure of key protein in common HIV subgroup

Scientists have provided the first-ever glimpse of the structure of a key protein-gp120-found on the surface of a specific subgroup of the human immunodeficiency virus, HIV-1.

Measuring protein movements by nanosecond

Researchers have developed a method that allows the observation of local movements in proteins on a time scale of nanoseconds to microseconds.

Turning molecules into super protein killers

Using a novel light activation technique, scientists have been able to turn molecules with only a modest ability to fight specific proteins into virtual protein destroyers.






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