Slovenian biochemist discovers protein fold

04/28/2013 | Nature (free content)

A biochemist in Slovenia has created a protein that folds itself into a tetrahedron and could lend itself to other shapes. DNA folding has become common, but protein has been more complicated. "It's a new protein fold that doesn't exist in nature," said Roman Jerala, a biochemist at the National Institute of Chemistry.

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