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Activation mode of the eukaryotic m2G10 tRNA methyltransferase Trm11 by its partner protein Trm112.
What glues a homodimer together: Systematic analysis of the stabilizing effect of an aromatic hot spot in the protein-protein interface of the tRNA-modifying enzyme Tgt
Homodimer architecture of QTRT2, the noncatalytic subunit of the eukaryotic tRNA-guanine transglycosylase
Dual Data-Independent Acquisition Approach Combining Global HCP Profiling and Absolute Quantification of Key Impurities during Bioprocess Development
Benchmarking sample preparation/digestion protocols reveals tube-gel being a fast and repeatable method for quantitative proteomics
An Investigation into the Stephens-Castro Synthesis of Dehydrotriaryl[12]annulenes: Factors Influencing the Cyclotrimerization
A Combined N-terminomics and Shotgun Proteomics Approach to Investigate the Responses of Human Cells to Rapamycin and Zinc at the Mitochondrial Level
In vivo tmRNA protection by SmpB and pre-ribosome binding conformation in solution
Soaking suggests "alternative facts": Only co-crystallization discloses major ligand-induced interface rearrangements of a homodimeric tRNA-binding protein indicating a novel mode-of-inhibition
Analytical characterization of biosimilar antibodies and Fc-fusion proteins
Structural studies of protein arginine methyltransferase 2 reveal its interactions with potential substrates and inhibitors
Extended investigation of tube-gel sample preparation
MetAP1 and MetAP2 drive cell selectivity for a potent anti-cancer agent in synergy, by controlling glutathione redox state
A Proteomic View of Cellular Responses to Anticancer Quinoline-Copper Complexes
Swapping interface contacts in the homodimeric tRNA guanine transglycosylase: An option for functional regulation
The longer the worse: a combined proteomic and targeted study of the long-term versus short-term effects of silver nanoparticles on macrophages
Cutting-edge multi-level analytical and structural characterization of antibody-drug conjugates: present and future
The histone subcode: poly(ADP‐ribose) polymerase‐1 (Parp‐1) and Parp‐2 control cell differentiation by regulating the transcriptional intermediary factor TIF1β and the heterochromatin protein HPlα
Poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase-3 (PARP-3), a newcomer in cellular response to DNA damage and mitotic progression : cellular and animal models

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