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Non-Coding mRNA: Merck & Co' Novel Drug Target For Antibacterials And Possibly Human Disease

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Merck & Co researchers have found a small-molecule modulator of non-coding elements in bacterial mRNA that points the way to the development of new antibacterials with a totally new mode of action, and possibly novel medicines for human disease too.

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