Protein kinases phosphorylate long disordered regions in intrinsically disordered proteins
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Source: Protein Science - November 14, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Ryotaro Koike, Mutsuki Amano, Kozo Kaibuchi, Motonori Ota Tags: Article Source Type: research

Facilities that make the PDB data collection more powerful
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Source: Protein Science - November 14, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Joanna Lange, Coos Baakman, Arthur Pistorius, Elmar Krieger, Rob Hooft, Robbie Joosten, Gert Vriend Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

New Tools in MolProbity Validation: CaBLAM for CryoEM Backbone, UnDowser to Rethink "Waters", and NGL Viewer to Recapture Online 3D Graphics
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Source: Protein Science - November 14, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Michael G. Prisant, Christopher J. Williams, Vincent B. Chen, Jane S. Richardson, David C. Richardson Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

MarR family proteins are important regulators of clinically relevant antibiotic resistance
AbstractThere has been a rapid spread of multidrug ‐resistant (MDR) bacteria across the world. MDR efflux transporters are an important mechanism of antibiotic resistance in many pathogens among both Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria. These pumps can recognize a variety of chemically and structurally different compounds, including innate an d clinically administered antibiotics. Intriguingly, these efflux pumps are often regulated by transcription factors that themselves bind a diverse set of substrates thereby allowing them to regulate the expression of their cognate MDR efflux pumps. One significant family of su...
Source: Protein Science - November 14, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Grace A. Beggs, Richard G. Brennan, Mehreen Arshad Tags: Review Source Type: research

Cross Docking Benchmark for automated Pose and Ranking prediction of ligand binding
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Source: Protein Science - November 13, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Shayne D. Wierbowski, Bentley M. Wingert, Jim Zheng, Carlos J. Camacho Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

Role of Multiheme cytochromes involved in extracellular anaerobic respiration in bacteria
AbstractHeme containing proteins are involved in a broad range of cellular functions, from oxygen sensing and transport to catalysing oxidoreductive reactions. The two major types of cytochrome (b‐type andc‐type) only differ in their mechanism of heme attachment, but this has major implications for their cellular roles in both localisation and mechanism. Theb‐type cytochromes are commonly cytoplasmic, or are within the cytoplasmic membrane, whilec‐type cytochromes are always found outside of the cytoplasm. The mechanism of heme attachment allow for complexc‐type multiheme complexes to be assembled, having the cap...
Source: Protein Science - November 13, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Marcus J. Edwards, David J. Richardson, Catarina Paquete, Thomas A. Clarke Tags: Review Source Type: research

Bridging protein structure, dynamics, and function using hydrogen/deuterium ‐exchange mass spectrometry
AbstractMuch of our understanding of protein structure and mechanistic function has been derived from static high ‐resolution structures. As structural biology has continued to evolve it has become clear that high‐resolution structures alone are unable to fully capture the mechanistic basis for protein structure and function in solution. Recently Hydrogen/Deuterium‐exchange Mass Spectrometry (HDX‐MS) ha s developed into a powerful and versatile tool for structural biologists that provides novel insights into protein structure and function. HDX‐MS enables direct monitoring of a protein's structural fluctuations an...
Source: Protein Science - November 13, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Edgar A. Hodge, Mark A. Benhaim, Kelly K. Lee Tags: Review Source Type: research

IDDomainSpotter: Compositional bias reveals domains in long disordered protein regions —Insights from transcription factors
AbstractProtein domains constitute regions of distinct structural properties and molecular functions that are retained when removed from the rest of the protein. However, due to the lack of tertiary structure, the identification of domains has been largely neglected for long (>50 residues) intrinsically disordered regions. Here we present a sequence ‐based approach to assess and visualize domain organization in long intrinsically disordered regions based on compositional sequence biases. An online tool to find putative intrinsically disordered domains (IDDomainSpotter) in any protein sequence or sequence alignment usi...
Source: Protein Science - November 11, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Peter S. Millard, Katrine Bugge, Riccardo Marabini, Wouter Boomsma, Meike Burow, Birthe B. Kragelund Tags: TOOLS FOR PROTEIN SCIENCE Source Type: research

Visualizing biomolecular electrostatics in virtual reality with UnityMol ‐APBS
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Source: Protein Science - November 11, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Joseph Laureanti, Juan Brandi, Elvis Offor, David Engel, Robert Rallo, Bojana Ginovska, Xavier Martinez, Marc Baaden, Nathan A. Baker Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

Shortcuts For Faster Image Creation in PyMOL
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Source: Protein Science - November 11, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Blaine H. M. Mooers Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

β‐Amyloid Model Core Peptides: Effects of Hydrophobes and Disulfides
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Source: Protein Science - November 11, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Laura M. L. Hawk, Jay M. Pittman, Patrick C. Moore, Atul K. Srivastava, Jonathan Zerweck, Joshua T. B. Williams, Andrew J. Hawk, Joseph R. Sachleben, Stephen C. Meredith Tags: Article Source Type: research

The Dundee Resource for Sequence Analysis and Structure Prediction
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Source: Protein Science - November 11, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Stuart A. MacGowan, F ábio Madeira, Thiago Britto‐Borges, Mateusz Warowny, Alexey Drozdetskiy, James B. Procter, Geoffrey J. Barton Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

Differential effects of serine side ‐chain interactions in amyloid formation by islet amyloid polypeptide
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Source: Protein Science - November 9, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Rehana Akter, Junjie Zou, Daniel P. Raleigh Tags: Article Source Type: research

ConSurf ‐DB: An accessible repository for the evolutionary conservation patterns of the majority of PDB proteins
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Source: Protein Science - November 8, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Adi Ben Chorin, Gal Masrati, Amit Kessel, Aya Narunsky, Josef Sprinzak, Shlomtzion Lahav, Haim Ashkenazy, Nir Ben ‐Tal Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

Molecular Dynamics Simulations of an Engineered T4 Lysozyme Exclude Helix to Sheet Transition, and Provide Insights into Long Distance, Intra ‐Protein Switchable Motion
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Source: Protein Science - November 8, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Laurence Biggers, Hadeer Elhabashy, Edward Ackad, Mohammad S. Yousef Tags: Article Source Type: research

Identification of FAM181A and FAM181B as new interactors with the TEAD transcription factors
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Source: Protein Science - November 7, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Fedir Bokhovchuk, Yannick Mesrouze, Clara Delaunay, Typhaine Martin, Fr édéric Villard, Marco Meyerhofer, Patrizia Fontana, Catherine Zimmermann, Dirk Erdmann, Pascal Furet, Clemens Scheufler, Tobias Schmelzle, Patrick Chène Tags: Article Source Type: research

Substrate binding to Src: a new perspective on tyrosine kinase substrate recognition from NMR and molecular dynamics
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Source: Protein Science - November 7, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Mehul K. Joshi, Robert A. Burton, Heng Wu, Andrew M. Lipchik, Barbara P. Craddock, Huaping Mo, Laurie L. Parker, W. Todd Miller, Carol Beth Post Tags: Accelerated Communication Source Type: research

Oligomerization of RIG ‐I and MDA5 2CARD Domains
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Source: Protein Science - November 7, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Cassie M. Zerbe, David J. Mouser, James L. Cole Tags: Article Source Type: research

Hybrid Electron Microscopy Normal Mode Analysis (HEMNMA) with Scipion
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Source: Protein Science - November 6, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Mohamad Harastani, Carlos Oscar S. Sorzano, Slavica Joni ć Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

Prediction of impacts of mutations on protein structure and interactions: SDM, a statistical approach, and mCSM, using machine learning
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Source: Protein Science - November 6, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Arun Prasad Pandurangan, Tom L. Blundell Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

MarR ‐family proteins are important regulators of clinically relevant antibiotic resistance
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Source: Protein Science - November 4, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Grace A. Beggs, Richard G. Brennan, Mehreen Arshad Tags: Review Source Type: research

Identification of a PAI ‐1‐Binding Site Within an Intrinsically Disordered Region of Vitronectin
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Source: Protein Science - November 4, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Yuzhuo Chu, Joel C. Bucci, Cynthia B. Peterson Tags: Article Source Type: research

Flexible docking of peptides to proteins using CABS ‐dock
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Source: Protein Science - November 4, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Mateusz Kurcinski, Aleksandra Badaczewska ‐Dawid, Michal Kolinski, Andrzej Kolinski, Sebastian Kmiecik Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

A structural determinant of mycophenolic acid resistance in eukaryotic inosine 5 ’‐monophosphate dehydrogenases
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Source: Protein Science - November 1, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Rebecca Freedman, Runhan Yu, Alexander W. Sarkis, Lizbeth Hedstrom Tags: Article Source Type: research

Effects of histatin 5 modifications on antifungal activity and kinetics of proteolysis
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Source: Protein Science - November 1, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Svetlana P. Ikonomova, Parisa Moghaddam ‐Taaheri, Yan Wang, Mary T. Doolin, Kimberly M. Stroka, Bernhard Hube, Amy J. Karlsson Tags: Article Source Type: research

Structural diversity in the Mycobacteria DUF3349 superfamily
AbstractA protein superfamily with a “Domain of Unknown Function”, DUF3349 (PF11829), is present predominately inMycobacterium andRhodococcus bacterial species suggesting that these proteins may have a biological function unique to these bacteria. We previously reported the inaugural structure of a DUF3349 superfamily member,Mycobacterium tuberculosis Rv0543c. Here we report the structures determined for three additional DUF3349 proteins:Mycobacterium smegmatis MSMEG_1063 and MSMEG_1066 andMycobacterium abscessus MAB_3403c. Like Rv0543c, the NMR solution structure of MSMEG_1063 revealed a monomeric five α...
Source: Protein Science - October 28, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Garry W. Buchko, Jan Abendroth, John I. Robinson, Isabelle Phan, Peter J. Myler, Thomas E. Edwards Tags: Article Source Type: research

GeTFEP: A general transfer free energy profile of transmembrane proteins
In this study, we derived a TFE profile named General Transfer Free Energy Profile (GeTFEP) based on computation of the TFE s of 58β‐barrel membrane proteins (βMPs). The GeTFEP agrees well with experimentally measured and computationally derived TFEs. Analysis based on the GeTFEP shows that residues in different regions of the TM segments ofβMPs have different roles during the membrane insertion process. Results further reveal the importance of the sequence pattern of transmembrane strands in stabilizingβMPs in the membrane environment. In addition, we show that GeTFEP can be used to predict the posit...
Source: Protein Science - October 28, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Wei Tian, Hammad Naveed, Meishan Lin, Jie Liang Tags: Full ‐Length Papers Source Type: research

Methyltransferase CheR binds to its chemoreceptor substrates independent of their signaling conformation yet modifies them differentially
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Source: Protein Science - October 25, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Mingshan Li, Gerald L. Hazelbauer Tags: Article Source Type: research

NAGbinder: An approach for identifying N ‐acetylglucosamine interacting residues of a protein from its primary sequence
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Source: Protein Science - October 25, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Sumeet Patiyal, Piyush Agrawal, Vinod Kumar, Anjali Dhall, Rajesh Kumar, Gaurav Mishra, Gajendra P.S. Raghava Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

Molstack: A platform for interactive presentations of electron density and cryo ‐EM maps and their interpretations
AbstractIn the Special Issue on Tools for Protein Science in 2018, we presented Molstack: a concept of a cloud ‐based platform for sharing electron density maps and their interpretations. Molstack is a web platform that allows the interactive visualization of density maps through the simultaneous presentation of multiple datasets and models in a way that allows for easy pairwise comparison. We anticipated that the users of this conceptually simple platform would find many different uses for their projects, and we were not mistaken. We have observed researchers use Molstack to present experimental evidence for their model...
Source: Protein Science - October 25, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Przemyslaw J. Porebski, Grzegorz Bokota, Barat S. Venkataramany, Wladek Minor Tags: TOOLS FOR PROTEIN SCIENCE Source Type: research

Building Better Enzymes: Molecular Basis of Improved Non ‐Natural Nucleobase Incorporation by an Evolved DNA Polymerase
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Source: Protein Science - October 25, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Zahra Ouaray, Isha Singh, Millie M. Georgiadis, Nigel G. J. Richards Tags: Full ‐Length Papers Source Type: research

Comprehensive analysis of all evolutionary paths between two divergent PDZ domain specificities
AbstractTo understand the molecular evolution of functional diversity in protein families, we comprehensively investigated the consequences of all possible mutation combinations separating two peptide ‐binding domains with highly divergent specificities. We analyzed the Erbin PDZ domain (Erbin‐PDZ), which exhibits canonical type I specificity, and a synthetic Erbin‐PDZ variant (E‐14) that differs at six positions and exhibits an atypical specificity that closely resembles that of the natu ral Pdlim4 PDZ domain (Pdlim4‐PDZ). We constructed a panel of 64 PDZ domains covering all possible transitions between Erbin...
Source: Protein Science - October 25, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Joan Teyra, Andreas Ernst, Alex Singer, Frank Sicheri, Sachdev S. Sidhu Tags: Article Source Type: research

Insights Revealed by The Co ‐Crystal Structure of The Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Histidine Phosphotransfer Protein Ypd1 and The Receiver Domain of Its Downstream Response Regulator Ssk1
ABSTRACTTwo ‐component signaling systems are the primary means by which bacteria, archaea, and certain plants and fungi react to their environments. The model yeast,Saccharomyces cerevisiae, uses the Sln1 signaling pathway to respond to hyperosmotic stress. This pathway contains a hybrid histidine kinase (Sln1) that autophosphorylates and transfers a phosphoryl group to its own receiver domain (R1). The phosphoryl group is then transferred to a histidine phosphotransfer protein (Ypd1) that finally passes it to the receiver domain (R2) of a downstream response regulator (Ssk1). Under normal conditions, Ssk1 is constitutiv...
Source: Protein Science - October 23, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Katie M Branscum, Smita K Menon, Clay A Foster, Ann H West Tags: Article Source Type: research

IDDomainSpotter: Compositional bias reveals domains in long disordered protein regions ‐ insights from transcription factors
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Source: Protein Science - October 23, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Peter S. Millard, Katrine Bugge, Riccardo Marabini, Wouter K. Boomsma, Meike Burow, Birthe B. Kragelund Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

A computational method for design of connected catalytic networks in proteins
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Source: Protein Science - October 23, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Brian D. Weitzner, Yakov Kipnis, A. Gerard Daniel, Donald Hilvert, David Baker Tags: Accelerated Communication Source Type: research

DISOselect: disorder predictor selection at the protein level
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Source: Protein Science - October 23, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Akila Katuwawala, Christopher Oldfield, Lukasz Kurgan Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

Binding of FAD and tryptophan to the tryptophan 6 ‐halogenase Thal is negatively coupled
We describe the crystal structures of the tryptophan 6 ‐halogenase Thal in complex with FAD or with both tryptophan and FAD. If tryptophan and FAD were soaked simultaneously, both ligands showed impaired binding and in some cases only the adenosine monophosphate or the adenosine moiety of FAD was resolved, suggesting that tryptophan binding increases the mobility mainly of the flavin mononucleotide moiety. This confirms a negative cooperativity between the binding of substrate and cofactor that was previously described for other tryptophan halogenases. Binding of substrate to tryptophan halogenases reduces the affinity f...
Source: Protein Science - October 21, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Ann ‐Christin Moritzer, Hartmut H. Niemann Tags: PROTEIN STRUCTURE REPORTS Source Type: research

Issue information
Protein Science, Volume 28, Issue 11, Page 1915-1918, November 2019. (Source: Protein Science)
Source: Protein Science - October 18, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Tags: Issue information Source Type: research

In This Issue
Protein Science, Volume 28, Issue 11, Page 1919-1919, November 2019. (Source: Protein Science)
Source: Protein Science - October 18, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Tags: In This Issue Source Type: research

The Role of Calcium in the Interaction between Calmodulin and a Minimal Functional Construct of Eukaryotic Elongation Factor 2 Kinase
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Source: Protein Science - October 18, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Kwangwoon Lee, Eric A. Kumar, Kevin N. Dalby, Ranajeet Ghose Tags: Article Source Type: research

Structural insights into Acyl ‐coenzyme A binding domain containing 3 (ACBD3) protein hijacking by picornaviruses
AbstractMany picornaviruses hijack the Golgi resident Acyl ‐coenzyme A binding domain containing 3 (ACBD3) protein in order to recruit the phosphatidylinositol 4‐kinase B (PI4KB) to viral replication organelles (ROs). PI4KB, once recruited and activated by ACBD3 protein, produces the lipid phosphatidylinositol 4‐phosphate (PI4P), which is a key step i n the biogenesis of viral ROs. To do so, picornaviruses use their small nonstructural protein 3A that binds the Golgi dynamics domain of the ACBD3 protein. Here, we present the analysis of the highly flexible ACBD3 proteins and the viral 3A protein in solution using sma...
Source: Protein Science - October 17, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Dominika Chalupska, Bartosz R óżycki, Martin Klima, Evzen Boura Tags: ARTICLE Source Type: research

An engineered ultra ‐high affinity Fab‐Protein G pair enables a modular antibody platform with multifunctional capability
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Source: Protein Science - October 17, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Tomasz Slezak, Lucas J. Bailey, Mateusz Jaskolowski, Dominik A. Nahotko, Ekaterina V. Filippova, Elena K. Davydova, Anthony A. Kossiakoff Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

Peppy: A Virtual Reality Environment for Exploring the Principles of Polypeptide Structure
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Source: Protein Science - October 17, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: David G Doak, Gareth S Denyer, Juliet A Gerrard, Joel P Mackay, Jane R Allison Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

A three ‐dimensional potential of mean force to improve backbone and sidechain hydrogen bond geometry in Xplor‐NIH protein structure determination
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Source: Protein Science - October 15, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Charles D. Schwieters, Guillermo A. Bermejo, G. Marius Clore Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

Allosteric Discrimination at the NADH/ADP Regulatory Site of Glutamate Dehydrogenase
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Source: Protein Science - October 14, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Omneya M. Nassar, Ka ‐Yiu Wong, Gillian C. Lynch, Thomas J. Smith, B. Montgomery Pettitt Tags: Article Source Type: research

VarSite: disease variants and protein structure
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Source: Protein Science - October 13, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Roman A Laskowski, James D Stephenson, Ian Sillitoe, Christine A Orengo, Janet M Thornton Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

DALI and the Persistence of Protein Shape
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Source: Protein Science - October 13, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Liisa Holm Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research

SASBDB: Towards an automatically curated and validated repository for biological scattering data
We describe here the overall organization and procedures of SASBDB paying most attention to user ‐relevant information during submission. Perspectives of further developments, in particular, with OneDep system of the Protein Data Bank, and also widening of SASBDB including new types of data/models are discussed. (Source: Protein Science)
Source: Protein Science - October 11, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Alexey G. Kikhney, Clemente R. Borges, Dmitry S. Molodenskiy, Cy M. Jeffries, Dmitri I. Svergun Tags: TOOLS FOR PROTEIN SCIENCE Source Type: research

Structural Basis of Chemokine and Receptor Interactions: Key Regulators of Leukocyte Recruitment in Inflammatory Responses
AbstractIn response to infection or injury, the body mounts an inflammatory immune response in order to neutralize pathogens and promote tissue repair. The key effector cells for these responses are the leukocytes (white blood cells), which are specifically recruited to the site of injury. However, dysregulation of the inflammatory response, characterized by the excessive migration of leukocytes to the affected tissues, can also lead to chronic inflammatory diseases. Leukocyte recruitment is regulated by inflammatory mediators, including an important family of small secreted chemokines and their corresponding G protein ‐...
Source: Protein Science - October 11, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Ram P. Bhusal, Simon R. Foster, Martin J. Stone Tags: Review Source Type: research

Molstack — a platform for interactive presentations of electron density and cryo‐EM maps and their interpretations
AbstractIn the Special Issue on Tools for Protein Science in 2018, we presented Molstack: a concept of a cloud ‐based platform for sharing electron density maps and their interpretations. Molstack is a web platform that allows the interactive visualization of density maps through the simultaneous presentation of multiple datasets and models in a way that allows for easy pairwise comparison. We anticipated that the users of this conceptually simple platform would find many different uses for their projects, and we were not mistaken. We have observed researchers use Molstack to present experimental evidence for their model...
Source: Protein Science - October 11, 2019 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Przemyslaw J. Porebski, Grzegorz Bokota, Barat S. Venkataramany, Wladek Minor Tags: Tools for Protein Science Source Type: research