Applications of Bruker NMR in Dark Proteome and Disease Research
This video shows Professor Peter Wright from the Scripps Institute in San Diego, discussing the Dark Proteome and the use of Bruker NMR to help combat various diseases. The dark proteome is a set of ‘intrinsically disordered proteins’ (IDPs) that control different aspects of cellular behavior associated with various diseases. The research on IDPs, using NMR methods, may help scientists to better understand the functions of these proteins and thus develop potential therapies against debilitating diseases.
Run Time – 4:56min
The Dark Proteome | Using NMR in Disease Research