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New Opportunities for Type 2 Diabetes Drug Discovery: Researchers Determine Glucagon Receptor Structure

News   Jan 04, 2018 | Original story from the Chinese Academy of Sciences

 
New Opportunities for Type 2 Diabetes Drug Discovery: Researchers Determine Glucagon Receptor Structure

This is the The Crystal Structure of the Full-Length Human Glucagon Receptor (GCGR)crystal structure of the full-length human glucagon receptor (GCGR): orange (extracellular domain), blue (transmembrane domain), green (stalk), magenta (the first extracellular loop), red (NNC1702), yellow (NNC0640) and cyan (mAb1). Credit: Dr. WU Beili

 
 
 

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