Meet The Man With A Mission: Accessible Nutrition (VIDEO)

By harnessing nutritious ingredients from cell-based milk, TurtleTree Executive Vice President Yip HonMun is on a mission to make protein production affordable and sustainable.

The Sticky Truth Behind Cell Development

By observing fruit fly cells, scientists in Japan found a key protein for cell adhesion, allowing cells to stick together during development.

A Step Towards Drugging The ‘Undruggable’

Researchers have developed a new way to screen potential drugs against membrane proteins, targets previously considered ‘undruggable’.

Why ‘Lab-made’ Proteins Can Take The Heat

According to researchers from Japan, the unique backbone of lab-made proteins makes them more tolerant to high temperatures.

Inside The Neighborhood Of Alzheimer’s Disease Proteins

A previously unrecognized form of chemical bonding could explain why amyloid beta proteins clump up to cause Alzheimer’s disease.

How Protein ‘Entanglement’ Leads To Brain Diseases

These findings suggest that preventing protein entanglement could be one way to treat neurodegenerative diseases caused by polyglutamine proteins.

Dietary Fat, Not Sugar Or Protein, Causes Weight Gain

A large-scale dietary trial in mice shows that fat, not protein or carbohydrate, was responsible for causing obesity.

AYOXXA Launches LUNARIS™ Protein Analysis System In Asia

Combining the advantages of a bead-based multiplexing approach, the reliability and scalability of plate-based formats and the simplicity of image-based analysis, the LUNARIS™ Protein Analysis System enables researchers to maximize their insights from precious biological samples.

Glowing, Acid-Tolerant Protein Cloned From Jellyfish

Researchers in Japan have derived from jellyfish a green fluorescent protein that withstands low pH environments, enabling the imaging of acidic organelles.

Using Proteins To Protect Proteins

By using bacterial proteins as a protective shell, researchers in Singapore have developed a method to improve the yield of target proteins by 100-fold.