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protein complexes

During cell division, cohesin directly engages DNA (purple) and holds the replicated chromosome together. IMAGE: Nasser Rusan/National Institutes of Health

Cohesin: a glue for DNA

EMBL scientists discover how a component of the cohesin ring binds…

By Patrick Mueller

Science

Getting a grip on complexes: EMBL scientists develop first fully automated pipeline for multiprotein complex production

Most cellular processes are carried out by molecular machines that consist of many interacting proteins. These protein complexes lie at the heart of…

By Guest author(s)

Science

The closest look ever at the cell’s machines

Today researchers in Germany announce they have finished the first complete analysis of the “molecular machines” in one of…

By Guest author(s)

Science

Biology in four dimensions

Most things that happen in the cell are the work of ‘molecular machines’ – complexes of proteins that carry out important cellular…

By Guest author(s)

Science

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