Tag Archive: Chaperone

Jan
18

Post doctoral position on chaperone development for neurological disorders

I would like to highlight an open postdoc position in the lab of a close collaborator Dr. Alexey Pshezhetsky Open position: Postdoctoral fellow or Ph.D. student Supervising researcher and laboratory: Dr. Alexey Pshezhetsky, laboratory studying lysosomal biology and metabolic disorders, Research Center of CHU Sainte-Justine Project length: 1 year with renewal opportunity Start date: Immediately …

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Jan
23

The Non-Drowsy Chaperone

Digging through the recent literature for lysosomal diseases, something caught my attention. I have a bit of an interest in following the progress in finding chaperones for diseases like Sanfilippo syndrome and others. Chaperones are primarily small molecules that may help a protein fold and stabilize it. I first became aware of this when I …

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