Van Andel Institute scientists have revealed the first known atomic structure of a ‘molecular machine’ responsible for installing critical signaling proteins into cellular membranes. The findings, published today in Nature, shed new light on how this process works, and lay the foundation for potential future therapies for diseases like cancer, Alzheimer’s and cystic fibrosis.
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