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Two receptors are better than one for AI-designed obesity drugs

Computer rendering of three large blue proteins, two embedded in a cell membrane and one of those bound to one of three small red molecules.

A glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor (blue, illustration) is bound by molecules of an anti-obesity drug (red). A tool predicts molecules that will bind this receptor and another involved in obesity. Credit: Juan Gaertner/SPL

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Nature 629, 975 (2024)



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