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Scripps Research Scientists Develop Powerful New Methodology for Stabilizing Proteins


February 2, 2011

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A team of scientists at the Scripps Research Institute has discovered a new way to stabilize proteins -- the workhorse biological macromolecules found in all organisms. Proteins serve as the functional basis of many types of biologic drugs used to treat everything from arthritis, anemia and diabetes to cancer.Full Story

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