CSIRO and the Ludwig Institute of Cancer Research, partners in the Cooperative Research Centre for Cellular Growth Factors, have solved the structure of the interlukin-6 receptor protein. The interaction of this protein with the interlukin-6 molecule is implicated in the development of cancers and other diseases.
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Preparing a Protein Crystal sample for X-ray
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