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Researchers use the region’s first cryo-electron microscopy technology to discover paths to novel drug therapies for fighting diabetes, obesity, heart attack, stroke, dementia and cancer.
“To see proteins at the subatomic level is like being able to see a dime on the surface of the moon.” — Elizabeth V. Wasmuth, PhD, assistant professor, biochemistry and structural biology
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