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April 13, 2018

Volume 293Issue 15p5377-5754
Open Access
On The Cover: The cover shows chemical structures of compounds tested as inhibitors of biliverdin IXβ reductase (BLVRB). The most potent inhibitor identified from the screen, erythrosin, is highlighted. The crystal structure represents erythrosin-bound BLVRB. Figure credit: José A. Manso. For details, see the article by Nesbitt et al., pages 5431–5446....
On The Cover: The cover shows chemical structures of compounds tested as inhibitors of biliverdin IXβ reductase (BLVRB). The most potent inhibitor identified from the screen, erythrosin, is highlighted. The crystal structure represents erythrosin-bound BLVRB. Figure credit: José A. Manso. For details, see the article by Nesbitt et al., pages 5431–5446.

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