Thirty years after their discovery, scientists have the first picture of a Wnt protein, a member of a protein family that includes some of the most important regulators of growth and development.
Protective chemicals known as interferons may identify themselves by how tightly they grip their receptor at various attachment points.
Structural information about the protein the measles virus uses to attach itself to target cells suggests a strategy to fight infection.
Información estructural sobre la proteína que usa el virus del sarampión para unirse a sus células dianas podría proporcionar una nueva estrategia para luchar contra la infección.
Researchers have established how the structure of receptors on the surface of T cells enables them to recognize both self and foreign cells.