Outstanding structural and pharmacological features of eight unique lipid‐binding receptors, one of the most difficult G protein‐coupled receptor families to study, have been revealed.
An integrative approach of modeling and hydrogen-deuterium exchange helps to describe the enzyme that regulates glycogen levels in muscles and liver.
Protein Science has published a Special Issue on Tools for Protein Science edited by Brian Matthews from the University of Oregon. Data analysis in life and physical sciences has come a long way since the development of high-power, high-speed computers, and computer...
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...
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.
Researchers report a study on the proteins of the natural mummy of Cangrande della Scala (Prince of Verona, Northern Italy).
A comprehensive physicochemical analysis of a prototype continuous glucose monitor developed as a less invasive and more patient-friendly alternative to the lancet based glucose monitors is reported.
Protein Science has recently published a Special Issue on Cryo-Electron Microscopy (Cryo-EM) guest edited by Georgios Skiniotis at the University of Michigan Medical School Department of Biological Chemistry.