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The jigsaw of life is still unfinished

The jigsaw of life is still unfinished

PomBase researchers have published a new paper in Open Biology suggesting important roles in long-term survival for conserved proteins of unknown function.

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A new LOPIT on the block

A new LOPIT on the block

The Lilley Group have published a new paper in Nature Communications that combines the LOPIT-DC and hyperLOPIT spatial proteomics approaches.

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OOPS! A new method to capture the RNA-binding proteome!

OOPS! A new method to capture the RNA-binding proteome!

The Lilley group, and collaborators, have published a simple and cost-effective method to capture the RNA-binding proteome in Nature Biotechnology.

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Higher order from high disorder

Higher order from high disorder

Katherine Stott and colleagues have published a new paper in PNAS that offers insight into the mechanism of DNA condensation and decondensation in eukaryotic cells.

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Reading the DNA book without opening it

Reading the DNA book without opening it

The Taipale Group and their collaborators have published a paper in Nature that identifies five mechanisms by which proteins can read genetic information from the tightly packaged form of DNA found inside human cells.

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