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Small molecules against Ebola: NMR reveals drug leads

There is neither vaccine nor cure for the Ebola virus, which causes fatal haemorrhagic fever in humans. However, a new NMR spectroscopic study by US researchers scientists has led to the discovery of a family of small molecules that apparently bind to the outer protein coat of the virus and halt its entry into human cells, so offering the possibility of an antiviral medication against the disease.

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