Nicole Zitzmann in the Department of Biochemistry and members of her team, together with colleagues from Italy and France, have published their findings in PNAS. Their work on the enzyme, a key component of the quality control machinery that ensures that glycoproteins fold properly, opens the way for the development of potent and selective antivirals against a range of deadly diseases.
Enzyme structure offers new hopes for better antivirals
- 11 August 2016
The structure of a cellular enzyme that is crucial for the survival of many pathogenic viruses has been solved in a new study.