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How Protein Shapes Help Us Make Medicine

Video   May 31, 2019 | Original video from SciShow

 

Coming up with brand new drugs is all about pinpointing and exploiting a disease’s weakness. A big part of perfecting drug design will be learning to predict how proteins get their shapes because that has everything to do with how both diseases and drugs work.


 
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