Rough Guide To Targeted Protein Degradation
Drugging The Undruggable
By hijacking a process that cells use to keep themselves shipshape, targeted protein degradation has become a hot new area of drug development. In Vivo takes an in-depth look at the field ahead of a wave of data expected this year from early candidates that will give some insight into whether this strategy will truly open a new way to combat disease.
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