RESEARCH NEWS 2017-07-19 Research News In cells that carry an expanded hexanucleotide repeat in the C9ORF72 gene, toxic dipeptide repeat (DPR) proteins made from the expansion accumulate in the cytoplasm. How these proteins arise has been something of a mystery, however. Because ...
PAPER Müller-McNicoll M, Botti V, de Jesus Domingues AM, Brandl H, Schwich OD, Steiner MC, Curk T, Poser I, Zarnack K, Neugebauer KM26944680
PAPER Huang Y, Yario TA, Steitz JA15210956
PAPER Huang Y, Gattoni R, Stévenin J, Steitz JA12667464
COMMENT This work, from the laboratories of Ken Kosik and Songi Han, provides important new insight into the biology of tau protein. The manuscript builds on a growing body of work that is revolutionizing our knowledge of how proteins in the cell interact. For a ...
PAPER Banani SF, Lee HO, Hyman AA, Rosen MK28225081
PAPER Zhu L, Brangwynne CP25942753
PAPER Feric M, Vaidya N, Harmon TS, Mitrea DM, Zhu L, Richardson TM, Kriwacki RW, Pappu RV, Brangwynne CP27212236
RESEARCH NEWS 2017-07-19 Research News Opposites attract, sometimes so much so that they retreat into their own little bubble. This seems to be the case with tau, a positively charged protein, and RNA, a negatively charged nucleic acid. According to a study published July 6 in ...
PAPER Panas MD, Ivanov P, Anderson P27821493
Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam
JOB 2017-07-19 Employer University of Bonn Principal Investigator Jochen Walter Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Description The Molecular Cell Biology laboratory at the Neurocenter of Bonn University is seeking a Ph.D. student to work on molecular and cellular biology ...
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