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- Structure of the mitochondrial inner membrane AAA+ protease YME1 gives insight into substrate processing
Cryo–electron microscopy structure of a yeast mitochondrial inner membrane ATPase protease suggests a sequential mechanism for substrate translocation.
The specific sensory representation of the different body parts in Drosophila shows strong correspondence to the equivalents in mammals.
Early Eurasian genomes identify Upper Paleolithic social organization similar to that observed in present-day hunter-gatherers.
- A glycerophospholipid-specific pocket in the RVFV class II fusion protein drives target membrane insertion
Membrane fusion proteins from a variety of virus families use a similar mechanism during cell entry.
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