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    X-rays size up protein structure at the ‘heart’ of COVID-19 infection

    The X-beam estimations mark a significant initial phase in the specialists’ definitive objective of building an exhaustive 3D model of the enzymatic protein. The model will be utilized to progress supercomputing reenactments planned for discovering drug inhibitors to obstruct the infection’s replication system and help end the COVID-19 pandemic. Their exploration results are openly accessible

    World’s first completely reversible control of the circadian clock

    The Nagoya University Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM) research team of Designated Associate Professor Tsuyoshi Hirota, Postdoctoral Fellow Simon Miller, Professor Kenichiro Itami and grad student Tsuyoshi Oshima (Research Fellowship for Young Scientists, JSPS), in collaboration with the team of Professor Ben Feringa and Postdoctoral Fellow Dušan Kolarski of Groningen University in the Netherlands, have

    Mosquito protein study could prompt therapeutics against dangerous viruses

    The researchers found that AEG12 works by destabilizing the viral envelope, breaking its protective covering. Although the protein doesn’t affect viruses that don’t have an envelope, such as the ones that cause pink eye and bladder ailments, the findings could lead to therapeutics against viruses which affect millions of people around the world. The research