A compound that stops cells from making protein factories could lead to new antifungal drugs

Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 15:00 in Health & Medicine

Ribosomes manufacture all the protein cells need, making them an appealing target for researchers seeking to develop new medicines. New research in yeast has identified a compound that prevents the assembly of ribosomes, raising hopes for drug development. More »

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