How stabilizing disordered proteins may lead to the next generation of medical applications

Biomedical engineers from Duke University have demonstrated that they can create stable materials from engineered disordered proteins by altering the environmental triggers that cause them to undergo phase transitions. This discovery shines a light on previously unexplored behaviors of disordered proteins and allows researchers to create novel materials for applications in drug delivery, tissue engineering, regenerative medicine and biotechnology.

How stabilizing disordered proteins may lead to the next generation of medical applications

Biomedical engineers from Duke University have demonstrated that they can create stable materials from engineered disordered proteins by altering the environmental triggers that cause them to ...

Wed 30 Oct 19 from Phys.org

Disordered proteins become stable, 'super-sticky' materials

Biomedical engineers have demonstrated that they can create stable materials from engineered disordered proteins by altering the environmental triggers that cause them to undergo phase transitions. ...

Fri 1 Nov 19 from ScienceDaily

Disordered proteins become stable, 'super-sticky' materials, Fri 1 Nov 19 from Eurekalert

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