Structural Genomix Publishes Structures of Protein Involved in Bacterial Pathway | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, June 6 – Scientists at Structural Genomix published the structures of three proteins associated with bacterial virulence in Wednesday’s issue of the journal Structure,  providing a detailed example of the company’s approach to solving protein structures and incrementally advancing research into antibacterial drugs, scientists familiar with the paper said.

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