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A discovery of a potential new drug target for cystic fibrosis - drugdiscovery.com
A discovery of a potential new drug target for cystic fibrosis - drugdiscovery.com


Scientists have identified a number of genes no-one knew were involved in cystic fibrosis and one of them, DGKi, showed to be e a very promising potential drug target.
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Tags: cystic fibrosis, new, potential, drug target, discovery, genes, DGKi - September 14, 2013
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