Biochemistry Research Papers

#6 Predicting how proteins come together Researchers compiled a comprehensive benchmark against which algorithms that predict how proteins interact with one another can be tested, paving the way toward more accurate predictions.Biochemistry Research International is archived in Portico, which provides permanent archiving for electronic scholarly journals, as well as via the LOCKSS initiative.It operates a fully open access publishing model which allows open global access to its published content.This study shows that t RNA healing enzymes from yeast and lancelet share structural and functional properties with members of the 2H-phosphoesterase superfamily, in particular the vertebrate myelin enzyme CNPase.While domain organization has been conserved, functions of the individual domains may have been altered or lost during evolution.#1 Complex I enzyme revealed The solved structure of a bacterial complex I enzyme -- first in line in the energy-producing respiratory chain -- reveals important mechanics of this ubiquitous protein. linkurl: Eval; by Nathan Nelson, Tel Aviv University; Andrea Mattevi, University of Pavia; Terrence Frey, San Diego State University; Thomas Meier, Max Planck Institute of Biophysics., 107(18):8189-94. linkurl: Eval; by Werner Streicher and George Makhatadze, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Aaron Burton and Niles Lehman, Portland State University.Specifically, the structure shows how it hustles electrons and protons across membranes. #4 Engineered: self-assembling membranes This synthesis of a broad class of organic molecules with both hydrophilic and hydrophobic properties that self-assemble into vesicles promises to be a huge leap toward efficient nanoscale delivery of drugs into cells.Faculty Members evaluate and rate the most important papers in their field.To see the latest rankings, search the database, and read daily evaluations, visit This model is supported through Article Processing Charges.For more information on Article Processing charges in general, click here.


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