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Molecular Blueprint of Receptor Could Help To Design New Drugs for Epilepsy

News   Feb 11, 2021 | Original story from Universität Leipzig

 
Molecular Blueprint of Receptor Could Help To Design New Drugs for Epilepsy

Molecular interactions of the receptor blocker JNJ-31020028 (light green; nitrogen atoms highlighted in blue, oxygen atoms in red) at the human Y2 receptor (grey); pdb: 7DDZ. With seven helices, the receptor sits in the cell membrane and is accessible to its ligands from the outer side. Credit: Dr Anette Kaiser Leipzig University

 
 
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