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Scientists Will Soon be Able to Shut-Off Hunger With a Pill

News   Apr 19, 2018 | Original Story from Vanderbilt University

 
Crystal Structure of Neuropeptide 1 Receptor Solved, Providing Therapeutic Angle For Obesity Treatment

Jens Meiler’s team determined the first crystal structure for a neuropeptide Y receptor, deciphering the thousands of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and other atoms involved with it and how they bind to one another. (Brian Bender/Vanderbilt University)

 
 
 

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