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Decoding the Origami That Drives All Life

The Atlantic
This “protein-folding problem” was first posed over 50 years ago, after Max Perutz and John Kendrew won the 1962 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for solving the very first protein structure the old-fashioned way. The problem has since spawned an international ...

1962 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Max Perutz, John Kendrew News

What Could Have Entered the Public Domain on January 1, 2017?

Duke Today
Max Perutz and Sir John Kendrew published articles on the structure of hemoglobin and the structure of myoglobin, respectively, and Robert Burns Woodward published an article describing a total synthesis of chlorophyll. (All three later won Nobel ...

1962 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Max Perutz, John Kendrew News

2016 John Kendrew Lecture to be given by Bonnie Bassler

Cambridge Network
Bonnie Bassler will give the 2016 John Kendrew Lecture next Monday (24th October 2016) at 11.00 in the LMB's Max Perutz Lecture Theatre. The title of the lecture is 'Bacterial Quorum Sensing and its Control'. The event is open to anyone in the local ...

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Determining protein structures in processes through the years

Times of Malta
Back in 1958, British scientists John Kendrew and Max Perutz published the first high-resolution protein structures. The proteins concerned were myoglobin (an oxygen-storage protein) and haemoglobin (an oxygen-transporting protein). Kendrew and Perutz ...

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