Johns Hopkins, Scripps create modeling tools for Ebola R&D

Top academic centers have contributed structural modeling tools to the push to develop treatments for Ebola. A team at Scripps is behind the first tool, which is designed to show researchers which parts of the Ebola virus to target. Biomedical engineers at Johns Hopkins have created a similar tool. The John Hopkins model was built to connect to University of California, Santa Cruz's Ebola Genome Browser. FierceBiotechResearch | More

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