A tweak allows a promising flu-fighting compound to latch onto both, rather than just one, of the manganese atoms at the heart of a flu enzyme

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Pink, striated rhodonite mineral

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Rhodonite (manganese inosilicate)

Targeting manganese fights the flu was originally published in Chemistry World