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Citizen Scientists Are Helping Design COVID-19 Drugs

News   Mar 30, 2020 | Original story from Howard Hughes Medical Institute

 
Citizen Scientists Are Helping Design COVID-19 Drugs

The Foldit team is running calculations on coronavirus-blocking protein designs (one shown) submitted by players, to get a better sense for how the proteins might work out in real life. Credit: Foldit/David Baker Lab

 
 
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