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Chemical engineers at UCSB design molecular probe to study disease
Date:4/6/2011

d degradation of the joint by those proteases," said Daugherty.

Daugherty's research group has created approximately 25 probes analogous to the one presented in the paper. They are building a panel of about 100 probes and will use this panel to characterize how different proteases function. This investigation could lead to new drug therapies for a variety of diseases.


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Contact: Gail Gallessich
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University of California - Santa Barbara
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