‘Hairclip’ protein mechanism explained

A new study describes, for the first time, a fundamental mechanism regulating a protein’s shape. The ‘Hairclip’ mechanism involves mutations acting on one side of a protein to open or close the configuration of amino acids on the other. The findings have implications for the manipulation of proteins, with potential applications in biotechnology and drug development. —> Read More Here


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