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Amy Keatingjoined in Oct 11, 2022
Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.
Keating has 1 break published.
Floppy proteins and the hidden sequences they use to communicate
When the first protein structure was solved in 1958, scientists knew they had broken into a new frontier of biology. They felt that a protein’s structure would reveal all the secrets of its function, and almost 70 years down the line, over 150,000 structures have... click to read more
- Theresa Hwang | PhD Student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
- Amy Keating | Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Reading time 4 min
published on Oct 11, 2022
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