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Kinase Enzyme Movement Could Be Key to Novel Cancer Drugs

News   May 16, 2018 | Original story from University of Arizona

 
Kinase Enzyme Movement Could Be Key to Novel Cancer Drugs

The inactive form (left) of the MAPK p38 enzyme moves in an uncoordinated fashion. Once the necessary molecules (blue blob and P symbols) bind, the enzyme becomes active (right) by moving in a coordinated fashion to do its job inside a cell. Credit: Senthil Ganesan, University of Arizona Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.

 
 
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