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Sclerostin inhibitors: NMR fighting osteoporosis

Drugs that are inhibitors of the protein sclerostin could be used to treat the debilitating bone-loss disease osteoporosis, according to researchers in Germany who used nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy in thier investigations.

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