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Computational Methods Describe Key Protein in Unprecedented Detail

News   May 02, 2017 | Original story from Institute for Research in Biomedicine

 
Computational Methods Describe Key Protein in Unprecedented Detail

The image represents the structural changes from the inactive state (purple) to the active one (green) proposed by X-ray crystallography. Image: Antonija Kuzmanic.

 
 
 

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