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Detect  Protein Aggregates in a Solution with UV-Visible Spectroscopy Detect Protein Aggregates in a Solution with UV-Visible Spectroscopy

Protein aggregates can irreversibly form in solution negatively impacting pharmaceutical applications. Consequently, it is important to determine the extent to which a sample is aggregated early in the experiment. In this application note, you will learn how UV-Visible spectroscopy was used to rapidly identify the presence of protein aggregates, an important step in the development of effective therapeutics.

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    Challenges of Protein Complex Analysis Fighting viruses on the nanoscale with AFM
 
In times of global pandemics, virus research is a hot topic. Atomic force microscopy and related techniques allow investigating structure, nanomechanics, function and host interaction of viruses. Come and check out our new application note outlining several concepts that each address different aspects of virus research – from structure to action.
 
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   What is Clinical Proteomics?What is Clinical Proteomics?
 
Clinical proteomics can be described as a comprehensive study of proteins within the body, including qualitative and quantitative profiling.
 
 What is 'Bottom-Up' Proteomics?
 
What is 'Bottom-Up' Proteomics?Proteomics involves all proteins produced by organisms (e.g., bacteria, plants, animals, humans) or living systems, including cell culture, organ, etc.
 
 
 Computer-based natural language processing model generates de novo protein sequences in a high-throughput fashion
 
Computer-based natural language processing model generates de novo protein sequences in a high-throughput fashionCustomized protein design is now possible, thanks to artificial intelligence (AI), which can be used to address both medicinal and environmental issues. Now, a computer-based natural language processing model has been effectively used for protein research by a team at the University of Bayreuth under the direction of Prof. Dr Birte Höcker.
 
 
 'Rippled beta sheet' protein structure created and characterized using x-ray crystallography
 
'Rippled beta sheet' protein structure created and characterized using x-ray crystallographyAn unusual protein structure known as a "rippled beta sheet," first predicted in 1953, has now been created in the laboratory and characterized in detail using x-ray crystallography.
 
 
 Single amino acid change in TKTL1 protein underlies greater neuron production in modern humans than Neandertals
 
Single amino acid change in TKTL1 protein underlies greater neuron production in modern humans than NeandertalsResearchers from Dresden uncover a greater neuron production in the frontal lobe during brain development in modern humans than Neandertals, due to the change of a single amino acid in the protein TKTL1.
 
 
 Rice researchers use deactivated Cas9 proteins to synthetically trigger the transcription of genes
 
Rice researchers use deactivated Cas9 proteins to synthetically trigger the transcription of genesRice University researchers have demonstrated that CRISPR-Cas9, increasingly famous as a gene-editing tool, can be employed in powerful additional ways in human cells.