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The fight against malaria using proteasomes

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BioSoc warmly invites you to a talk by Dr Paula da Fonseca where she presents her exciting work looking at how the fight against malaria has been advanced using cryo-electron microscopy of proteasomes.

By looking into the interactions of proteasomes using various techniques, snapshots of proteins in action can be created. The proteasome can then be a target for the development of new therapeutic drugs specifically for malaria which is a stimulating area of research.

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