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Farnesoid X receptor shown in spheres, with an ivermectin molecule bound

1st October 2017

In the 1970s, an exciting discovery of a family of medicines was made by the Japanese scientist Satoshi Ōmura. It is one of these molecules which features in the October image in our 2017 calendar.

 

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Patwardhan A, Brandt R, Butcher SJ, Collinson L, Gault D, Grünewald K, Hecksel C, Huiskonen JT, Iudin A, Jones ML, Korir PK, Koster AJ, Lagerstedt I, Lawson CL, Mastronarde D, McCormick M, Parkinson H, Rosenthal PB, Saalfeld S, Saibil HR, Sarntivijai S, Solanes Valero I, Subramaniam S, Swedlow JR, Tudose I, Winn M, Kleywegt GJ.
eLife Volume 6 (2017)

Burley SK, Berman HM, Kleywegt GJ, Markley JL, Nakamura H, Velankar S.
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.) Volume 1607 (2017) p.627-641

Lensink MF, Velankar S, Wodak SJ.
Proteins Volume 85 (2017) p.359-377

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