Latest G protein Stories
Unprecedented single molecule imaging movies of living cell membranes, taken by a research team based at Kyoto University and the University of New Mexico, have clarified a decades-old enigma surrounding receptor molecule behaviors.
Adrenaline, the hormone that prepares our body to fight or flight, acts on a hyperdynamic receptor.
Scientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine have reported the exact molecular structure and mechanisms of a major cell signaling pathway that serves a broad range of functions in humans.
Researchers have determined the structure of a protein that helps guide blood-forming stem cells, or hematopoetic stem cells.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a new fluorescent biosensor that could aid in the development of an important class of drugs that target a crucial class of proteins called G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs).
Location, location, location determines a protein's role.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland and MEDFORD, Massachussets, July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Debiopharm Group (Debiopharm), a Swiss-based global biopharmaceutical group of companies with a focus on the development of prescription drugs that target unmet medical needs, and MSM Protein Technologies (MSM), a human antibody drug discovery company with world class expertise in targeting multi-spanning membrane proteins, announce the signature of an exclusive agreement for the development and commercialisation of...
Uniting Technologies from Multiple Fields, Strengthening the Molecular Bioassays Market MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent analysis of the molecular bioassays market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Cisbio Bioassays with the 2009 Frost & Sullivan North America Technology Innovation of the Year Award.
New study in the FASEB Journal shows that our brains make proteins that act directly on the marijuana receptors in our head.
New article in the FASEB Journal reports that scientists have finally captured the elusive signaling device our retinas use to tell us what we see.
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