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  • Forthcoming changes
    Planned changes for UniProt

  • UniProt release 2017_08
    Curation of human immunoglobulin genes: a fruitful collaboration between UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot and IMGT | Cross-references to ELM

  • UniProt release 2017_07
    A pseudogene turns into an active DNA methyltransferase dedicated to male fertility

  • UniProt release 2017_06
    Eukaryotic sex: good ideas shared with viruses | Change of cross-references to PATRIC | New file listing deleted and subsequently reinst...

  • UniProt release 2017_05
    A certain taste for light | Extension of controlled vocabulary for PTM to glycosylation sites | Addition of GO annotation to UniRef90 an...


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Protein spotlight

a taste of light

Light gave life a chance to be. Without it, our planet would not be inhabited by so many living beings of all shapes and sizes. Over time, animals, plants and all sorts of microorganisms have emerged and evolved using this source of photons in different ways. Like hosts of other creatures, we use light for vision so that we can discern individual entities that make up our environment, as well as movement within it…