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Unlocking the Protein Structure of Coronavirus

Video   Apr 02, 2020 | Taken from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

 

The novel coronavirus sweeping the globe packs 27 proteins, each adopting a unique, often incredibly complex 3D structure. Each protein is part of the molecular toolkit that the virus uses to infect, replicate, and spread. Understanding the proteins' structures provides a blueprint for drug designs. 

 
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