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Researchers Capture Structure of Key Part of Deadly Nipah Virus
Team Links a Protein to Initial Tumor Growth in Several Cancers
Grant Funds Development of New Methods to Identify Drug Candidates

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Researchers Capture Structure of Key Part of Deadly Nipah Virus

The findings from Professor Erica Ollmann Saphire’s lab pave the way for much-needed therapies for the the Nipah virus, “the scariest virus you’ve never heard of.”

Team Links a Protein to Initial Tumor Growth in Several Cancers

Once thought to inhibit the growth of tumors, the protein angiomotin instead is required to produce new tumor growth.

Grant Funds Development of New Methods to Identify Drug Candidates

The project is a step toward identifying new drug candidates for diseases including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, heart disease, stroke and diabetes.

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