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Spaghetti virus: NMR clues to cancer-causing herpes

NMR spectroscopy research carried out at Manchester University has revealed that herpes virus proteins are more "spaghetti-like" than previously thought. The discovery hints at possible treatments for a form of the disease that causes the cancer known as Kaposiís sarcoma.

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