Scripps Florida Scientists Reveal Potential Treatment for Life-Threatening Viral Infections The findings point to new therapies for dengue, West Nile and Ebola.
Team Discovers New Compounds with Potential to Treat Persistent Tuberculosis The drug candidates attacks a critical process that the bacteria use to survive in the hostile environment of the lungs.
Scientists Find Surprising Trait in Anti-HIV AntibodiesThe findings advance the search for an AIDS vaccine.
Researchers Unveil Critical Mechanism of Memory FormationThe study has implications for drug discovery efforts for a number of neurodegenerative diseases.
Team Finds Long-Sought Protein Sensor for the 'Sixth Sense'—Proprioception The study reveals the mechanism behind a sense essential for normal movement and balance.
TSRI and St. Jude Scientists Help Launch Human Dark Proteome InitiativeThe group will focus on advancing research on 'intrinsically disordered proteins' to better understand catastrophic diseases.
Study Reveals How Specialized Cells Help Each Other Survive During Times of StressMesenchymal stem cells provide for their own survival by manipulating the behavior of key immune cells.
Making Plans: Scripps Florida Screening Center Expands Its CollaborationsPartners in high-throughput screening projects include groups from academia and industry, across the state and around the world.
Team Points to Cause of Debilitating Nerve DiseaseThe findings could lead to treatments for Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease.
Study Suggests Tumors May ‘Seed’ Cancer Metastases Earlier Than ExpectedThe findings help explain why cancer metastasis is so hard to stop.
Institute Receives $12.5 Million Challenge Gift The gift from an anonymous donor anchors the construction funding for a new building complex on the Scripps California campus.