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Ubiquitin is a small regulatory protein that has been found in almost all cells (''ubiquitously'') with nuclei (eukaryotes). It directs proteins to recycling and other functions.
Advances in drug screening

Advances in drug screening

Ubiquitin builds up an immune response

Ubiquitin builds up an immune response

New cell death pathway involved in sperm development

New cell death pathway involved in sperm development

New understanding of male fertility from enzyme discovery

New understanding of male fertility from enzyme discovery

New findings on gene-transcription machinery

New findings on gene-transcription machinery

Targeting key proteins of carcinogenesis

Targeting key proteins of carcinogenesis

Scientists link cell's protein recycling systems

Scientists link cell's protein recycling systems

25,000 genes that have clocks!

25,000 genes that have clocks!

New candidate breast-cancer susceptibility gene

New candidate breast-cancer susceptibility gene

New understanding of ubiquitylation

New understanding of ubiquitylation

Disease associated prion protein oligomers inhibit the 26S proteasome

Disease associated prion protein oligomers inhibit the 26S proteasome

UNC-45 protein critical to proper formation of muscles

UNC-45 protein critical to proper formation of muscles

How auxin regulates TIR1 in plants provides clues to new treatments for human diseases

How auxin regulates TIR1 in plants provides clues to new treatments for human diseases

Recognition for cancer researchers

Recognition for cancer researchers

New drug target for herpes viruses

New drug target for herpes viruses

New drug target for herpes viruses

New drug target for herpes viruses

Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus tricks cells to become tumors

Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus tricks cells to become tumors

Protection for nerve cells - eating up defective proteins

Protection for nerve cells - eating up defective proteins

Molecular chaperones protect cells

Molecular chaperones protect cells

Boosting enzyme may reverse Alzheimer's

Boosting enzyme may reverse Alzheimer's

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