First structural map of the cystic fibrosis protein sheds light on how mutations cause disease

Thursday, December 1, 2016 - 12:01 in Biology & Nature

A map that shows the arrangement of atoms within the cystic fibrosis protein will help researchers better understand how specific mutations cause disease. Ultimately, this knowledge may reveal potential targets for new drugs. More »

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