Molecule of the Month
January 2022

Golgi Casein Kinase

Casein and many other secreted proteins are phosphorylated by Golgi casein kinase

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Health Focus: Cancer Biology and Therapeutics

Cells in our bodies are carefully regulated so that they divide, grow, and die according to the best plan for keeping us alive. When they lose these controls, they can grow into deadly cancers. Atomic structures have revealed how cell growth is normally controlled, and how cancer cells circumvent these essential controls. Explore PDB-101 Resources to learn about proteins related to cancer biology and therapeutics.


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Molecular Mechanisms of Cancer

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Celebrating 50 Years of Protein Data Bank

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Collagen

Carboxypeptidase A

Hemoglobin S

Z-DNA

Cytochrome c (unbound)

Hemoglobin

Myoglobin Fold

Aspartate Transcarbamoylase (ATCase)

Ribonuclease S

Trypsin

Oxyhemoglobin

Immunoglobulin G (IgG)

B-DNA

Deoxyhemoglobin

Lac Repressor

Intermolecular Contacts in Hemoglobin S

DPG-Hemoglobin Complex

Myohemerythrin

Hemoglobin (1000)

Cytochrome c

DNA

Lysozyme (488)

Myoglobin

A-DNA

Tomato Bushy Stunt Virus (TBSV)

Induced Lac Repressor

Transfer Ribonucleic Acid (tRNA)

Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA)

Crambin

Lysozyme (512)

TATA-Binding Protein (TBP)

The Molecular Landscapes by David S. Goodsell integrate information from structural biology, microscopy and biophysics to simulate detailed views of the molecular structure of living cells.

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Poliovirus Neutralization

Biosites: Red Blood Cell

Ebola Virus

Blood

Immunological Synapse

Autophagy

Respiratory Droplet

Coronavirus

Cellulose Synthase

Lipid Droplets

HIV in Blood Plasma

Influenza Vaccine

Coronavirus Life Cycle

SARS-CoV-2 and Neutralizing Antibodies

Escherichia coli Bacterium

Myelin

Myoglobin in a Whale Muscle Cell

Biosites: Cytoplasm

Escherichia coli

SARS-CoV-2 mRNA Vaccine

Casein Micelle and Fat Globule in Milk

Measles Virus Proteins

Transfer RNA and Gag Protein

SARS-CoV-2 Fusion

Last Universal Common Ancestor

Zika Virus

Biosites: Nucleus

Abiogenesis

Collagen and Extracellular Matrix

Insulin Action

Mycoplasma mycoides

CytoSkeleton

Red Blood Cell Cytoskeleton

Excitatory and Inhibitory Synapses

Biosites: Blood Plasma

Biosites: Basement Membrane

Chloroplast

Biosites: Muscle

RecA and DNA

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