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Default Detailed, superficial approach to finding new drugs

Detailed, superficial approach to finding new drugs

An international team has used NMR spectroscopy to study neglected regions of key cell-surface proteins. They have found that these regions undergo minute conformational changes in response to drugs, a finding that could ultimately prove useful in the design of new drugs for a range of diseases.

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