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Team Finds 'Weakest Link' in the Aging Proteome
Scientists Report Breakthrough in DNA Editing Technology
Researchers Detail Critical Role of Gene in Many Lung Cancer Cases
Snapshot: Nick Burchfield

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Team Finds 'Weakest Link' in the Aging Proteome

A team led by the Yates lab at TSRI and the Hertzer lab at Salk has found a class of long-lived proteins in the brain.

Scientists Report Breakthrough in DNA Editing Technology

“This is one of the hottest tools in biology, and we’ve now found a way to target it to any DNA sequence,” says Professor Carlos F. Barbas III.

Researchers Detail Critical Role of Gene in Many Lung Cancer Cases

Scientists from the Kissil lab have shown that a well-known cancer-causing gene, Notch1, plays a more important role in non-small cell lung cancer than previously thought.

Snapshot: Nick Burchfield

Meet Nick Burchfield, TSRI’s philanthropy officer in charge of corporate and foundation relations.

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