Texas A&M Chemists Use Technology to Decode Language of Lipid-Protein Interaction

Texas A&M chemist Arthur Laganowsky's research group has discovered compelling evidence that membrane proteins may be capable of recruiting their own lipid microenvironments through a phenomenon known as allostery -- a breakthrough that opens up new possibilities for pharmaceutical drugs designed to affect lipid binding sites and the future of disease treatment.

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