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Melting reveals drug targets in a living organism

Scientists identify drug targets in blood and organs

23-Jan-2020

Developing new medicines and understanding how they target specific organs often gives a crucial advantage in the fight against human diseases. An international team led by researchers at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory and Cellzome, a GSK company, has developed a technology to ...

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Toxin responsible for Legionella growth identified

24-Jul-2019

A team of scientists led by EMBL group leader Sagar Bhogaraju and Ivan Dikic of Goethe University, Frankfurt, discovered that the toxin SidJ in Legionella bacteria enforces a unique modification on human proteins and helps legionella grow inside human cells. SidJ hijacks human protein Calmodulin ...

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Snapshots of the flu virus replication machine in action

05-Jun-2019

Researchers from EMBL Grenoble have, for the first time, observed different functional states of the influenza virus polymerase as it is actively transcribing. These results, published in Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, provide valuable information for the next generation of anti-influenza ...

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Designer organelles bring new functionalities into cells

EMBL scientists create membraneless organelle to build proteins in living cell

01-Apr-2019

For the first time, scientists have engineered the complex biological process of translation into a designer organelle in a living mammalian s. Research by the Lemke group at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) – in collaboration with JGU Mainz and IMB Mainz – used this technique to ...

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New Ways to Look at Protein-RNA Networks

10-Dec-2018

For their vital tasks, all RNA molecules in our cells require proteins as binding partners. Scientists at the German Cancer Research Center (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, DKFZ) and colleagues from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) have developed the first method with which they ...

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Combining antibiotics changes their effectiveness

06-Jul-2018

The effectiveness of antibiotics can be altered by combining them with each other, non-antibiotic drugs or even with food additives. Depending on the bacterial species, some combinations stop antibiotics from working to their full potential whilst others begin to defeat antibiotic resistance, ...

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Detailed structure of cell’s garbage disposal unit reveals surprise in how it is targeted by cancer drugs

Every atom counts

08-Aug-2016

Malignant cancer cells not only proliferate faster than most healthy cells in our bodies. They also generate more “junk”, such as faulty and damaged proteins. This makes cancer cells inherently more dependent on the most important cellular garbage disposal unit, the proteasome, which degrades ...

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Scientists X-ray protein crystals inside cells

Novel approach to unveil the structure of challenging biomolecules

22-Jan-2016

Scientists from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory EMBL have teamed up with experts from DESY and the U.S. SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory to X-ray protein crystals naturally produced within biological cells. The study at the world's currently most powerful X-ray laser LCLS at SLAC ...

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