Protein Analysis - Researchers determine key protein structure that may lead to effective treatments for schizophrenia
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New proteomics method helps confirm COVID-19 transmission from mother to fetus

Researchers from Skoltech were part of a research consortium studying a case of vertical COVID-19 transmission from mother to her unborn child that resulted in major complications in the pregnancy, premature birth and death of the child.

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Researchers determine key protein structure that may lead to effective treatments for schizophrenia

Glycine is the smallest amino acid - one of the building blocks of proteins. It acts also as a neurotransmitter in the brain, enabling neurons to communicate with each other and modulating neuronal activity.

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Proteomics shows SARS-CoV-2 NSP7 and NSP8 forms stable dimeric unit

A new preprint, released on the bioRxiv* preprint server, describes the structure of part of the dynamic protein-RNA complex known as the replication-transcription complex (RTC), which is crucial in the replication of the large ribonucleic acid (RNA).

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Study estimates impact of amino acid changes on SARS-CoV-2 infection

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New highly sensitive RNA detection method advances in situ transcriptomics

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Study reveals RNA regulatory mechanisms within transcription-translation couplings

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