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    Approved and investigative cystic fibrosis (CF) treatments known as CFTR potentiators work by binding to the same flexible protein spot — a place that acts like a hinge — and keeping it open, according to a study whose findings may lead to more effective therapies.

    The research, “Structural identification of a hotspot on CFTR for potentiation,” was published in the journal Science. Read a summary of this research here.

    What do you think of this study and its findings?

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