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Highly-Selective Tool Developed To Study "Undruggable" Proteins

News   Mar 12, 2021 | Original story from Harvard University

 
Highly-Selective Tool Developed To Study "Undruggable" Proteins

By splitting enzymes to create their editing tools, the research team prevented all off-target effects; the last image in this panel shows the merged enzymes do not impact protein location in the cell. Credit: Courtesy of the Woo lab

 
 
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