We are delighted to inform you that TWIN2PIPSA is set to present its latest research at Tec Labs on February 20th at 2 p.m. The project focuses on investigating protein-protein interactions and self-assembly in biomedicine and biotechnology.
Their research explores two key areas: understanding chaperones and antibody fragments’ role in regulating microtubule dynamics and addressing tau aggregation, and investigating bioadhesive proteins inspired by sea urchins.
The collaborative initiative involves the exchange of staff and students between partner labs to conduct experiments and develop skills, ensuring a smooth continuation of research at the FC.ID/ULisboa labs.
The presentation at Tec Labs promises insights into these cutting-edge research areas!
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