Life Science
Single-Molecule Molecular Machines

Single-Molecule Molecular Machines

Protein Science has published a Special Issue on Molecular Machines guest edited by Carlos Bustamante from the Laboratory of Single Molecule Biophysics at UC Berkeley. Each living cell, whether prokaryotic or eukaryotic, is a microscopic but complex structure. Its...

Chimeric RNAs in Cancer and Normal Physiology

Chimeric RNAs in Cancer and Normal Physiology

Chimeric RNAs can be generated by not only chromosomal rearrangements at the DNA level, but also intergenic splicing at the RNA level. Chimeric RNAs are demonstrated to be not the elusive features of cancer cells, but also present in normal physiology and with diverse functions.

Protein Science in Canada

Protein Science in Canada

The 31st Annual Symposium of the Protein Society will take place in Montreal, Canada. To commemorate this spectacular event and to celebrate our Canadian authors, a Virtual Issue in Protein Science is presented featuring the best of recent Canadian published papers.