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Artwork dedpicting Alzheimer’s disease.

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The consequences of neurodegenerative diseases are predicted to be one of the largest socioeconomic challenges of the near future. Understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying such diseases will be key to developing therapies. Our calendar image for July was inspired by the molecular structure one of the proteins implicated in Alzheimer’s disease.



Adams PD, Afonine PV, Baskaran K, Berman HM, Berrisford J, Bricogne G, Brown DG, Burley SK, Chen M, Feng Z, Flensburg C, Gutmanas A, Hoch JC, Ikegawa Y, Kengaku Y, Krissinel E, Kurisu G, Liang Y, Liebschner D, Mak L, Markley JL, Moriarty NW, Murshudov GN, Noble M, Peisach E, Persikova I, Poon BK, Sobolev OV, Ulrich EL, Velankar S, Vonrhein C, Westbrook J, Wojdyr M, Yokochi M, Young JY.
Acta crystallographica. Section D, Structural biology Volume 75 (2019) p.451-454

Mukhopadhyay A, Borkakoti N, Pravda L, Tyzack JD, Thornton JM, Velankar S.
Bioinformatics (Oxford, England) (2019)

Dana JM, Gutmanas A, Tyagi N, Qi G, O'Donovan C, Martin M, Velankar S.
Nucleic acids research Volume 47 (2019) p.D482-D489

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