• VOL 12. ISSUE 7
    February 27, 2012

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Scientists Create Molecular Map to Guide Development of New Treatments for Multiple Sclerosis and Other Diseases
Team Sheds Light on How Body Fends Off Bacteria
Scientists Identify Most Lethal Known Species of Prion Protein
Scripps Florida Team Awarded Nearly $1.5 Million to Develop Potent New HIV Inhibitors

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Scientists Create Molecular Map to Guide Development of New Treatments for Multiple Sclerosis and Other Diseases

“There’s something special about the S1P1 receptor,” said Professor Hugh Rosen, who co-led the work with Professor Raymond Stevens. “The biological consequences of even small changes with this receptor are profound.”

Team Sheds Light on How Body Fends Off Bacteria

A group led by Scripps Research and Sanford-Burnham scientists develops the first 3D look at the interaction between an immune sensor and a protein that helps bacteria move.

Scientists Identify Most Lethal Known Species of Prion Protein

The findings from the Lasmézas lab present a new view of “mad cow” and potentially other neurodegenerative diseases as well.

Scripps Florida Team Awarded Nearly $1.5 Million to Develop Potent New HIV Inhibitors

“Because of the growing resistance of HIV against current treatments, a new, differently targeted approach to treating the disease is urgently needed,” says Professor A. Donny Strosberg.

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