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.
Tools for Protein Science Special Issue
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...
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...
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.
The Mummy: Cangrande della Scala in Life and Protein Science
Researchers report a study on the proteins of the natural mummy of Cangrande della Scala (Prince of Verona, Northern Italy).
Reducing the “Ouch” in Glucose Monitoring Devices for Diabetes
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.
New Protein Science Special Issue focuses on Cryo-Electron Microscopy
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.