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TSRI Scientific Report 2004




Table of Contents


President's Introduction

The Skaggs Institute For Chemical Biology

Cell Biology

Chemistry

Immunology

Molecular Biology

Molecular And Experimental Medicine

Neurobiology

Neuropharmacology

Staff Awards and Activities

Kellogg School of Science and Technology

Center for Integrative Molecular Biosciences

The Harold L. Dorris Neurological Research Institute

Helen L. Dorris Child and Adolescent Neuro-Psychiatric Disorder Institute

General Clinical Research Center

The Institute for Childhood and Neglected Diseases

Society of Fellows



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On the front cover: In 1918, the great flu pandemic swept the world, killing an estimated 20 million to 40 million people, making it the largest and most destructive outbreak of any infectious disease in recorded history. The cover illustrates the devastation and the scale of the epidemic that the world experienced in 1918 (photograph of influenza ward at Camp Funston, Kansas). More . . .

Inside front cover: Detail (circular inset) of an atherosclerotic lesion in the intima of an artery and initial stages of removal of cholesterol from the intima via the reverse cholesterol transport pathway.
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Inside back cover: Electron cryomicroscopy and image reconstruction of 4 types of flock house virus particles that differed in RNA and protein content revealed almost identical capsid shells (gray scale). More . . .

 







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