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Poor Drug Design – Could X-Ray Crystallography Be the Culprit?

News   Oct 09, 2019 | Original story by Matt McGowan for the University of Arkansas

 
Method To Determine Protein Structure Could Provide Inaccurate Info

Computational model YidC2 protein embedded cell membrane. The modeled loop (yellow), missing in the x-ray crystal structure, is crucial for the stabilization of protein. Credit: Sogol Moradi

 
 
 

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