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Maybe folding had something to do with it

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Just today I read a story on how a malfunctioning protein has been linked to the cause of ALS (better known as Lou Gerhig's disease). Since the cause was protein related maybe the research done with folding helped find a cause for this disease that affects 350,000 people a year. Keep on folding,you just never know if we helped here or not, but maybe.
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you never know.
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