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Proteins are complex molecules that are made up of amino acids. They can be found in every cell in the body, and carry out vital processes that keep human beings alive. Mutations in proteins can lead to a multitude of diseases, the most common being cancer.
Study sheds light on molecular mechanisms underlying progression of prion diseases

Study sheds light on molecular mechanisms underlying progression of prion diseases

Study opens new avenues for treatment of Laing distal myopathy

Study opens new avenues for treatment of Laing distal myopathy

CHMP grants positive opinion for VENCLYXTO plus rituximab for treating relapsed/refractory CLL

CHMP grants positive opinion for VENCLYXTO plus rituximab for treating relapsed/refractory CLL

Researchers demonstrate pre-clinical success for universal flu vaccine in new paper

Researchers demonstrate pre-clinical success for universal flu vaccine in new paper

Overlooked immune cells could play a key role in cancer immunotherapy, claims new study

Overlooked immune cells could play a key role in cancer immunotherapy, claims new study

Scientists report conserved role for serotonin in mediating social behavior in octopus, humans

Scientists report conserved role for serotonin in mediating social behavior in octopus, humans

Dopamine neurons may involve in conditions ranging from Parkinson's disease to schizophrenia

Dopamine neurons may involve in conditions ranging from Parkinson's disease to schizophrenia

Salk Institute researchers uncover molecular structure of RNA-based CRISPR system

Salk Institute researchers uncover molecular structure of RNA-based CRISPR system

Study reveals promising new drug candidate to treat acute renal failure

Study reveals promising new drug candidate to treat acute renal failure

Novel mathematical approach uncovers existence of unsuspected biological cycles

Novel mathematical approach uncovers existence of unsuspected biological cycles

NIH launches clinical trial to test infusions of combination antibodies in people with HIV

NIH launches clinical trial to test infusions of combination antibodies in people with HIV

CWRU receives NIH grant to learn how non-coding genes contribute to spread of colorectal cancer

CWRU receives NIH grant to learn how non-coding genes contribute to spread of colorectal cancer

New type of fatty acid can slow down overreactive immune system

New type of fatty acid can slow down overreactive immune system

Innovative approach for developing vaccine against most prevalent human malaria parasite

Innovative approach for developing vaccine against most prevalent human malaria parasite

Sesen Bio to present its three-month Phase 3 VISTA Trial data at Global Congress

Sesen Bio to present its three-month Phase 3 VISTA Trial data at Global Congress

LineaRx signs agreement with Takis/Evvivax to develop linear-DNA based anti-cancer vaccines

LineaRx signs agreement with Takis/Evvivax to develop linear-DNA based anti-cancer vaccines

Rice seeds could hold key to preventing HIV infections

Rice seeds could hold key to preventing HIV infections

Study finds factors within cell influencing variability in amount of protein produced

Study finds factors within cell influencing variability in amount of protein produced

Alzheimer’s diagnosis might become simpler with new brain imaging method

Alzheimer’s diagnosis might become simpler with new brain imaging method

UNC scientists reveal new approach to prevent obesity and diabetes

UNC scientists reveal new approach to prevent obesity and diabetes