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Potential Target for Anti-Viral Drugs To Treat COVID-19

News   Jan 22, 2021 | Original story from Ohio University

 
Potential Target for Anti-Viral Drugs To Treat COVID-19

Structure of SARS-CoV-2 stem-loop II motif (grey shape with green ribbon) bound by small molecule (blue shape) computationally derived by Hines lab. Credit: Jennifer Hines lab

 
 
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