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Structural biology at McGill - where biology and medicine intersect

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Published on Jan 16, 2013

McGill Biochemistry Prof. Kalle Gehring and colleagues at McGill, in partnership with the University of Montreal, have been awarded a combined $11 million from CFI, the Quebec Government and partners to purchase equipment enabling them to visualize the three-dimensional shapes of biological molecules, like proteins and nucleic acids. This should lead to a better understanding of the origins of diseases such as cancer and to the design of novel molecules for use in structure-based drug design and green chemistry.

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