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Researchers designed “miniproteins” that bound tightly to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein and prevented the virus from infecting human cells in the lab.
Researchers found that diabetic foot ulcers don’t recruit the immune cells necessary for normal wound healing. The study also identified potential targets for future therapies.
Scientists identified how anesthetic and benzodiazepine drugs change a brain receptor’s shape. The findings suggest ways to design more tailored anesthetic drugs.
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