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Scripps Research scientists win $65 million in new grants to reveal form and function of proteins
Date:9/30/2010

hese processes are perturbed or disrupted, as in several genetic disorders. In addition, cancer cells resist chemotherapy by using these transporters, and bacterial cells use them to resist antibiotics.

"We actually have very good drugs to fight cancer and to kill bacteria," said Chang. "[But] they can't always get into the cells to work."

This new center, dubbed TransportPDB, aims to develop a comprehensive and efficient approach for pursuing the high-resolution x-ray crystal structures of several transporters that PSI scientists have selected as important in biomedicine.


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