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The Popular Kinases

Much of kinase research has focused on a sliver of the known kinases, and some Canadian researchers have looked into why that is, reports the Physics arXiv Blog at Technology Review. That specific focus by the researchers on just some portion of what could be studied is called the Harlow-Knapp effect, the blog adds.

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