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  • Team finds a new way to inhibit blood clotting and inflammation

    Researchers have discovered small molecules that inhibit polyphosphate, a compound important for blood clotting. The group included, from left, Julie Collins, a research specialist in health sciences; Stephanie Smith, a research professor of biochemistry; Richard Travers, a biochemistry graduate student; James H. Morrissey, a professor of biochemistry; and Sharon Choi, a predoctoral fellow in biochemistry. Morrisey led the study and the new analysis.

    Researchers have discovered small molecules that inhibit polyphosphate, a compound important for blood clotting. The group included, from left, Julie Collins, a research specialist in health sciences; Stephanie Smith, a research professor of biochemistry; Richard Travers, a biochemistry graduate student; James H. Morrissey, a professor of biochemistry; and Sharon Choi, a predoctoral fellow in biochemistry. Morrisey led the study and the new analysis.

    Photo by Chelsey Coombs

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      Researchers have discovered small molecules that inhibit polyphosphate, a compound important for blood clotting. The group included, from left, Julie Collins, a research specialist in health sciences; Stephanie Smith, a research professor of biochemistry; Richard Travers, a biochemistry graduate student; James H. Morrissey, a professor of biochemistry; and Sharon Choi, a predoctoral fellow in biochemistry. Morrisey led the study and the new analysis.

      Photo by Chelsey Coombs

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