Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Scientists discovers potential heart attack drug with no side effects

Heart diseases are one of the biggest killers. The irony is if one takes medicines for these heart diseases they have to suffer from its side effects. Well there is good news from the The Monash University research Melbourne, the scientists have given a new hope to people, and they have discovered a new drug that will help to control the heart attack and that too without any side effect. The research was published in the journal, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). This scientific discovery will help out millions of people all over the globe. One of the co-researcher of the study Professors Arthur Christopoulos explains, “We turned to our knowledge of alternative recognition sites on the A1 receptor and specifically designed a new class of molecule that contained two active components linked together, one binding to the main site on the receptor for activation, and another binding to the alternative site for fine-tuning of the activity.”

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