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A treasure trove for drug development

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DeepMind and its partners have unveiled the likely structures of nearly all known proteinsmore than 200 million from bacteria to humans, delivering a potential treasure trove for drug development and evolutionary studies. 

What’s more, all this data has been added to a public database that anyone can scour for free.

As the journal Nature noted: “Determining the 3D shape of almost any protein known to science will be as simple as typing in a Google search.”

A protein’s shape determines its function, but until now scientists were in the dark about how most of them are structured. This new resource could accelerate drug development.



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