CSU chemists find way to make improved drugs
CSU chemistry professor Tomislav Rovis and others created an artificial enzyme made of metal and organic matter that could change the pharmaceutical industry, the university said. Their findings were published in the latest edition of Science magazine.
"The focus we're applying is to make more complicated molecules faster for things that have the potential to impact human health," Rovis said.
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