Proteins are essential nutrients for the human body.

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Why are all proteins ‘left-handed’? New theory could solve origin of life mystery

Recent research identifies the proteins that kickstart limb formation in embryos. Just 3 gene-transcription factor proteins in mice were enough to convert certain non-limb-forming stem cells into limb-forming versions. The findings are a next step in regenerative medicine, to grow or regrow limbs.

Targeting 'undruggable' proteins promises new approach for treating neurodegenerative diseases

Unlocking the Secrets of Proteins With Cutting-Edge AI

Molecular Sabotage: Thwarting Cancer Growth Through Proteins

Using computers to design proteins allows researchers to make tunable hydrogels that can form both inside and outside of cells

New method illuminates druggable sites on proteins

How 2 Proteins Could Change the Future of Schizophrenia Treatment

Princeton Scientists Discover Overlooked Parts of Proteins That Are Critical to Fundamental Functions of Life

Proteins roll the dice to determine bee sex

Graphene oxide reduces the toxicity of Alzheimer's proteins

Graphene Oxide: Nano-Warrior Reduces the Toxicity of Alzheimer’s Proteins

Potential new medicine can target proteins on cancer cell surfaces

Artificial Intelligence tools shed light on millions of proteins

'Dormant' HIV produces RNA and proteins during anti-retroviral therapy

Molecular Mystery Solved – Harvard Scientists Discover a Previously Unknown Way Cells Break Down Proteins

Soya beans made more meat-like by adding genes for pig proteins

Accelerating Drug Development With New Way of Identifying Proteins

Researchers use 'natural' system to identify proteins most useful for developing an effective HIV vaccine

Synthetic biology: proteins set vesicles in motion