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Dissecting the Structure of Membrane Proteins
Research Is Seeing the Emergence of Many Promising Techniques, Including Novel Sample Delivery Systems
- Membrane proteins, such as receptors, ion channels, and transporters, comprise nearly 30% of all proteins in eukaryotic cells. They also constitute more than 50% of all drug targets. Yet, membrane proteins continue to present considerable challenges to the field of structural biology. Their surface is relatively hydrophobic, usually ...
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