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Protein Nutrition for Cells and Organisms: Can We Use it to Treat Diseases?

News   Mar 27, 2018 | Original story from SLAS

 
Protein Nutrition for Cells and Organisms: Can We Use it to Treat Diseases?

The binding site of the EAAT1 inhibitor (UCPH101) is resolved by X-ray crystallography and is located at a distance from the substrate binding site. The substrate is shown in the center of the transporter, while the inhibitor is located between the translocation and scaffold domain of the transporter (lower right). The inhibitor glues the two domains together, thereby inhibiting transport. Credit: Stefan Broer

 
 
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