Resources

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  • Blog06 September 2019

    The role of chaperones

    In this article, we look at what chaperones are, what role they play in the body and how MDS is being utilized to study them.

  • Blog23 August 2019

    Looking at the numbers: Why protein stoichiometry matters

    Accurate determination of stoichiometry for a protein complex is critical to our understanding how the complex will react to other proteins or small molecules. Here we look at how stoichiometry not only effects important viral protein-antibody interactions but also disease pathology.

  • Blog04 July 2019

    The Protein Society Symposium 2019 roundup

    In this blog post we showcase videos of authors taking us through their poster presentations and highlight key papers from the talks from our favourite seven topics.

  • Blog24 May 2019

    5 great reads: Protein-protein interactions and disease

    Here are five of our favorite recent publications, highlighting both the role of protein-protein interactions in disease and how the characterization of these interactions may allow the development of new therapeutic strategies.

  • Blog04 February 2019

    Protein aggregation - why it matters, and how to study it

    A growing field of research is dedicated to protein aggregation, which can be useful, functional or unwanted. This article explores some of the reasons why proteins aggregate, and details the techniques available to study it.

  • Blog17 July 2018

    What biophysical attributes of biopharmaceuticals are measured, and why?

    An array of characteristics must be investigated in new biopharmaceuticals to evaluate their safety, efficacy and behaviour under changing conditions. Here we look at what specific attributes should be measured and why.