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Artist’s rendition of the molecular structure of a ribosome (blue and purple) as it produces a polypeptide chain (red) from an mRNA template (orange and gray), with tRNA molecules (dark purple) shuttling amino acids.
Specialized Sperm Ribosomes Are Key to Male Fertility in Mice
A previously unknown kind of ribosome is responsible for folding sperm proteins, which decay before fertilization if prepared by other ribosomes.
Specialized Sperm Ribosomes Are Key to Male Fertility in Mice
Specialized Sperm Ribosomes Are Key to Male Fertility in Mice

A previously unknown kind of ribosome is responsible for folding sperm proteins, which decay before fertilization if prepared by other ribosomes.

A previously unknown kind of ribosome is responsible for folding sperm proteins, which decay before fertilization if prepared by other ribosomes.

cryo-electron microscopy
Neurons traversing the brain with an area of red neurodegeneration
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Scientists Who Developed Cryo-Electron Microscopy Win Nobel Prize
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Chemistry Nobel goes to Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank, and Richard Henderson. 
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