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Testing Computer-designed Coronavirus Binding Proteins

Video   Mar 30, 2020 | Taken from Foldit, YouTube


In this video we take you inside the lab at the UW Institute for Protein Design. The institute's scientists are hard at work testing their first round of computer-designed coronavirus binding proteins.

The experiments in this video are the same ones the researchers will soon be conducting on the first batch of Foldit player Coronavirus Puzzle solutions.

Learn more about the Foldit Coronavirus Puzzles here.  

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