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What genomes can tell us about the evolution of animal traits
Max Planck researchers reveal the nano-structure of molecular trains and the reason for smooth transport in cellular antennas.
Metabolism in mammals is more flexible than previously thought
Researchers show that membraneless microdroplets are a great place for RNA concentration and activity to enable the origin of life.
“Click Cage” - A new tool for controlling lipid levels
Max Planck Society supports projects for high quality reference genomes
Improved functional analysis of proteins
3D analysis of retinal tissue shows how to keep shape during organ growth
Dresden researchers discover molecular mechanism underlying human neocortex folding
Deciphering the protein sequence-encoded mechanism that drives phase separation