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HKU Chemists develop new chemical tools to study protein-protein interactions in living cells

A research group led by Dr David Li Xiang from HKU Department of Chemistry, has developed a novel chemical tool for deciphering complex protein networks of a cell â the elementary unit of life. The disorder of such cellular networks often leads to severe human diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer's diseases. The findings were recently published in a top-class scientific journal â Nature Chemical Biology.

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 20th January, 2016

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