Chiral molecular sieves may revolutionize drug design
Researchers from the California Institute of Technology (Pasadena, CA, USA) have discovered a method of creating chiral molecular sieves that can sort chiral molecules into their individual enantiomers. The technique can also help create molecules of one specific enantiomer, a valuable tool in drug design.
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