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The sleep neuron in threadworms is also a stop neuron

September 2019. Sleep or stop? The RIS neuron has both functions

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Surprising insight into Legionnaires' disease

July 2019. Frankfurt researchers have explained the mechanism of regulator SidJ in detail

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Location matters: The production site predicts protein abundance

July 2019. How mRNA localization and protein synthesis sites influence dendritic protein distribution and dynamics

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Translocation cycle of asymmetric ABC exporters resolved

July 2019. High resolution Cryo-EM structures delineate the full cycle of conformational changes of asymmetric ABC exporter proteins

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New insights into the remodelling of mitochondria

July 2019. Structure and assembly of the mitochondrial membrane remodelling GTPase Mgm1

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A tug of war: how Salmonella tackles cellular defense mechanisms

July 2019. CYRI/FAM49B negatively regulates RAC1-driven cytoskeletal remodelling and protects against bacterial infection

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Simone Fulda elected member of Leopoldina

July 2019. Cancer researcher from Frankfurt elected to Germany's National Academy of Sciences

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New insights into ribosome recycling with the enzyme ABCE1

July 2019. The twin-ATPase ABCE1 controls ribosome recycling by an asymmetric dynamic conformational equilibrium

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Proteins are needed for memory, but where and when?

July 2019. New research method enables scientists to switch protein synthesis in individual nerve cells on and off at will

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Understanding and modulating partial FXR activation

July 2019. The nuclear receptor protein FXR is a promising drug target for the treatment of liver diseases and diabetes

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Structure and autoregulation of a flippase that drives active transport of phospholipids

July 2019. Cryo EM study captures the progressive steps from the inhibited flippase to the fully activated conformation

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EM study resolves a key question about the functioning of ATP synthase

June 2019. Separation of independent rotary states of mitochondrial ATP synthase reveals the basis of the flexible F1-Fo coupling

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