Research in China: a FEBS Open Bio collection

FEBS Open Bio is proud to publish high-quality original research from all over the world. To highlight excellent work from China, we have created a virtual collection of some of the most impactful research articles published recently in FEBS Open Bio by authors at Chinese institutes.
Research in China: a FEBS Open Bio collection

This FEBS Open Bio virtual issue of research from Chinese institutes includes 13 articles on topics as diverse as cancer biology, the microbiome, genomics, and protein structure and function. We invite you to read the collection of articles by clicking here.

Collection table of contents:

Tislelizumab uniquely binds to the CC′ loop of PD-1 with slow-dissociated rate and complete PD-L1 blockage

Recurrent activations of transient receptor potential vanilloid-1 and vanilloid-4 promote cellular proliferation and migration in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma cells 

ULK1 inhibitor induces spindle microtubule disorganization and inhibits phosphorylation of Ser10 of histone H3

Alterations in the human gut microbiome associated with Helicobacter pylori infection

Fecal microbiota transplantation results in bacterial strain displacement in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases 

Complete chloroplast genomes of Achnatherum inebrians and comparative analyses with related species from Poaceae

Specific zinc finger-induced methylation of PD-L1 promoter inhibits its expression

The CAG promoter maintains high-level transgene expression in HEK293 cells 

IFI44L expression is regulated by IRF-1 and HIV-1

Cryo-EM structure of fission yeast tetrameric α-mannosidase

Structural comparison of two ferritins from the marine invertebrate Phascolosoma esculenta

Axial bonds at the T1 Cu site of Thermus thermophilus SG0.5JP17-16 laccase influence enzymatic properties

Serpin7 controls egg diapause of migratory locust (Locusta migratoria) by regulating polyphenol oxidase

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