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In its FightAIDS@Home research project running on IBM's World Community Grid,

  • In its FightAIDS@Home research project running on IBM's World Community Grid,

    In its FightAIDS@Home research project running on IBM's World Community Grid,

    Date added: 22 Jul 2013

    The Olson Laboratory at The Scripps Research Institute is using computational methods to identify new candidate drugs that have the right shape and chemical characteristics to block HIV protease, HIV integrase, or HIV reverse transcriptase, the three enzymes that the deadly AIDS virus needs to function and spread. Pictured here: a model of HIV protease. (Credit: The Scripps Research Institute)