Snake-like proteins can wrangle DNA

It turns out the coiled snakes often used to symbolize medical knowledge are more than apt. They also mimic a key to life itself.

Elusive cancer-related protein captured in flight

Scientists have for the first time seen how the MYC protein, which plays a central role in cancer, binds to a key protein and controls important functions in the cell. The study, published in Nature Structural and Molecular ...

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