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Membrane proteins at work: Mhp1 and the human Histamin receptor H1

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Membrane proteins play key role in fundamental biological processes in all kingdoms of life. However their investigation is most challenging due to their instability and difficulties to crystallise. I will show two examples of membrane proteins crystal structures of my published work, which shed light, how and why it is important to know their structure in order to understand their function.

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