Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)
... and interfering with the organization of the proteins
and other organized intercellular structures. ... (i.e., insects, amphibians), thermal hysteresis proteins
(insects, fish).  
Clathrate ... Fletcher G.L., Hew C.L., Davies P.L. Antifreeze proteins
of Teleost Fishes. Annu. Rev. Physiol. 2001;63; ...
... / proteasome pathway. In this system, particular proteins
are targeted for destruction by the ligation of ... allow ubiquitination to be directed to some proteins
but not others - specificity is gained by coupling targeted proteins
to an "E3 ubiquitin ligase ". Each E3 ubiquitin ...
... is the abnormal accumulation and toxicity of proteins
in certain disease states.  Also, ... structure of the polypeptide backbone, all proteins
have the potential to misfold under some conditions. 
Only certain proteins
are linked to proteopathy, possibly due to ...
... term, cells may activate specific genetic programs to protect their vital proteins
and organelles from heat shock or hypoxia , and may activate DNA ... special stains and immunohistochemistry employed to visualize specific proteins
and other substances in and around cells. More recently, anatomical ...
... research, laboratory work and postgraduate medical degrees.
Core subjects typically include gene expression, research methods, proteins
, cancer research, immunology and many more besides. In some universities molecular medicine is combined with another discipline such as chemistry ...