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March 31st, 2003

Protein engineering produces 'molecular switch'

Abstract:
Using a lab technique called domain insertion, Johns Hopkins researchers have joined two proteins in a way that creates a molecular "switch." The result, the researchers say, is a microscopic protein partnership in which one member controls the activity of the other.

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