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Structural Biology Goes Viral With Dr Albert Konijnenberg

Video   Apr 14, 2021

 

What can integrative structural biology bring to viral research? In the last year, we have seen viral research hit the spotlight as the world has battled against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It has emphasized how critically important it is for us to be able to study what viruses look like, how they are structured and how they behave in order to develop diagnostic tests, therapeutics and preventives. Integrative structural biology methods are really key here, as explained by our Teach Me in 10 guest, Dr Albert Konijnenberg.


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