Eveliina Enlund

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BACKGROUND Disulfide bonds are one of the most common post-translational modifications found in proteins. The production of proteins that contain native disulfide bonds is challenging, especially on a large scale. Either the protein needs to be targeted to the endoplasmic reticulum in eukaryotes or to the prokaryotic periplasm. These compartments that are(More)
The aim of our group is to understand how malignancies develop resistance to common cancer therapies and are thus able to avoid apoptosis and other forms of cell death. We made key contributions to translational cell death research and have successfully developed combination approaches, whereby conventional therapy is paired with novel pharmacological(More)
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