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HSP60 - From Stress to Success
Proper three-dimensional structure of proteins is paramount to their function, and misfolded proteins not only lead to loss of that function but to aggregates that can disrupt cellular processes.
Wed, 14 Feb 2024
Image of the month - ODF4 in spermatids
How can sperm swim? The outer dense fiber of sperm tails 4 (gene: ODF4) is one of the proteins thought to be important for sperm tail movement that propels the sperm forward.
Wed, 21 Feb 2024
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TISSUE
Protein and RNA profiles in tissues based on antibodies and transcriptomics
BRAIN
Protein and RNA profiles in brain based on microdissected regions
SINGLE CELL TYPE
Single cell RNA profiles in tissues based on single cell RNA analysis
TISSUE CELL TYPE
Cell type profiles in tissues based on deconvolution of bulk transcriptomics
PATHOLOGY
Protein and RNA profiles in human cancers based on antibodies and transcriptomics
DISEASE
Protein levels in blood in patients with diseases
IMMUNE CELL
RNA profiles in human immune cells
BLOOD PROTEIN
Blood protein levels in healthy individuals and the human secretome
SUBCELLULAR
Spatial, subcellular protein profiles in human cells based on antibodies
CELL LINE
RNA profiles in human cell lines with best models for human cancers
STRUCTURE
3D-structures of human proteins with antibody-binding sites and genetic variants
INTERACTION
Human protein-protein interactions and metabolic enzyme profiles
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