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Scripps Florida Study Finds 'Missing Evolutionary Link' of a Widely Used Natural Drug Source The study elucidates the structure of proteins that synthesize “terpenoids,” as well as advancing drug discovery by facilitating their future engineering.
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TSRI Study Supports New Strategy to Fight Cocaine Addiction The team was able to reverse signs of cocaine dependency in animal models.
TSRI Scientists Find Potential Treatment for 'Painful Blindness' Form of Dry EyeThe study finds lacrimal glands can be repaired by injecting a kind of regenerative “progenitor” cell.
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TSRI Scientists Take Big Step Toward Recreating Primordial 'RNA World' of Four Billion Years Ago Scientists have been attempting this feat for decades.
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New Study Shines Light on Mutations Responsible for Debilitating Heart ConditionsThe new insights could aid in the development of drug therapies to strengthen the hearts of patients suffering from age-related heart failure.
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TSRI Welcomes 2016 Class of Graduate StudentsThe new class consists of 45 students on the California and Florida campuses.
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TSRI and NIH Scientists Show Molecule in Brain May Drive Cocaine AddictionBlocking hypocretin may reduce compulsive drug-seeking behavior.
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TSRI Scientists Pinpoint Ebola’s Weak SpotsThe new study illuminates the structure of a mystery protein.
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TSRI Researchers Find ‘Lead Actors’ in Immune Cell DevelopmentThe study sheds light on causes of autoimmune disease.
Asking the Hard Questions:
A Profile of Xiang-Lei Yang
Starting from basic biology, the Yang lab sheds light on an incurable disease.
Found: A Potential New Way to Sway the Immune SystemTSRI study points the way to better vaccines and new autoimmune therapies.
Study Suggests New Drug Candidate Could Treat Both Type 2 Diabetes and Bone Loss The compound could avoid the troubling side effects of current anti-diabetic drugs.
TSRI Team Finds Potential Drug Candidates that Could Intervene in Deadly DiseasesThe study shows a way to boost a cell’s ability to catch 'typos' in protein production that cause amyloidosis.
TSRI Awarded $20M for First Year of US Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort ProgramScripps Translational Science Institute will spearhead a Participant Technologies Center that leverages smart phone technology.
Tendon, Heal Thyself! A new study reveals a gene crucial in keeping tendons healthy.
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