Structure is a peer-reviewed scientific journal founded by Wayne A. Hendrickson, Carl-Ivar Brändén and Alan R. Fersht in September 1993. It focuses on protein structure and related issues. The journal is published monthly by Cell Press. The current editors are Christopher D. Lima and Andrej Sali.

Publisher
Cell Press
Country
United States
History
1993–present
Website
http://www.cell.com/structure/home

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Spider silk could stabilize cancer-suppressing protein

The p53 protein protects our cells from cancer and is an interesting target for cancer treatments. The problem is, however, that it breaks down rapidly in the cell. Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have now ...

Solving the ice problem in cryo-electron microscopy

Cryo-EM requires protein samples to be frozen before they are imaged using an electron microscope. This revolutionary technique and its application to structural biology was the focus of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2017 ...

Joining proteins together with rigid links

Researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI are the first to have joined two proteins together by means of a free-standing, rigid link. The structural element holds the two protein molecules together at a defined distance ...

First detailed look at crucial enzyme advances cancer research

In order to develop more effective drugs against a range of cancers, researchers have been investigating the molecular structure of many diseased-linked enzymes in the body. An intriguing case in point is Taspase 1, a type ...

New techniques probe vital and elusive proteins

The number of proteins in the human body, collectively known as the proteome, is vast. Somewhere between 80,000 and 400,000 proteins circulate in our cells, tissues and organs, carrying out a broad range of duties essential ...

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