‘How coronavirus molecules “camouflage” in host cell decoded, may lead to drug development’

Yogesh Gupta, PhD, Biochemistry/Structural Biology, Greehey Children’s Cancer Research Institute, was interviewed about a paper he co-authored that was published in the journal Nature Communications.

According to the study, the COVID-19-causing coronavirus disguises itself so it can hide inside cells in order to replicate without being detected by the immune system; decoding the coronavirus structure could lead to new antiviral drugs.

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