NewsDecoding protein assembly dynamics with artificial protein
needles

6th January 2022by admin0
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Protein assembly is essential for the formation of
ordered biological structures, but imagine engineering one. This is
exactly what researchers at Tokyo Tech have now accomplished with
protein needles. By regulating the tip-to-tip interactions of these
needles, they allowed for their self-assembly into lattice
structures, ordered monomeric states, and fiber assemblies, paving
the way for the controlled construction of more of such protein
architectures.

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