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Impacts Range from Fundamental Biology to Disease

Molecular functions go according to form as 3-D structures do life's work

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structure of DNA

The structure of DNA in its most common configuration (B-form).

Credit: The Protein Data Bank


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structure of a portion of the bovine prion protein

Structure of a portion of the bovine prion protein, a molecule associated with mad cow disease.

Credit: The Protein Data Bank


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structure of the ribosome

Structure of the largest of the two subunits of the ribosome  the 'protein factory' of the cell.

Credit: The Protein Data Bank


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