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Free Online Game “Foldit” Challenges Gamers to Design Proteins From Scratch

News   Jun 06, 2019 | Original story from UW Medicine

 
Free Online Game “Foldit” Challenges Gamers to Design Proteins From Scratch

By playing the video game Foldit, puzzle enthusiasts can now design proteins that never existed before, and help in creating new vaccines and treatments for cancer and other serious diseases. Credit: Institute for Protein Design/UW Medicine

 
 
 

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