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Blocking Sugar Structures on Viruses and Cancer Cells

News   Mar 18, 2020 | Original story from the Technical University of Munich

 
Blocking Sugar Structures on Viruses and Cancer Cells

Prof. Skerra's current research findings are paving the way for the development of new types of binding proteins for biological sugar structures, which play a significant role in cancer as well as infectious diseases. - What you can see here: A model sugar ligand (yellow) binds to the boric acid group (green) in the pocket of a binding protein (pink). Credit: TUM-Chair of Biological Chemistry

 
 
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