Studying membrane-bound proteins requires stabilizing their structure outside of the membrane – otherwise they fall apart. But our analytical techniques have not risen to the challenge. Sadaf et al. pushes us forward by developing novel detergents for stabilizing membrane proteins.
A group from the University of Tübingen obtained single-cell proteins with circular resources and renewable energy.
Fluorescent proteins are incredibly useful for exploring the inside of living cells. Let’s learn about a new way to find better-performing proteins using machine learning!
Random change has been powering life’s evolution for billions of years. Can it also power the evolution of artificial biomolecules?