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A New Realm of Drug Discovery Utilizing Ubiquitin Ligase

News   Feb 26, 2021 | Original story from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas

 
A New Realm of Drug Discovery Utilizing Ubiquitin Ligase

Gary Kleiger's lab on UNLV's campus has been a hub of activity in recent years, playing a significant role in a new realm of drug discovery -- one that could potentially provide a solution for patients who have run out of options. Pictured is a protein complex vital to Kleiger's recent research published in the journal Nature. Credit: Lonnie Timmons III/UNLV Photo Services.

 
 
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