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Scientists Demonstrate Long-Sought Drug Candidate Can Halt Tumor Growth

Researchers from the Janda and Vogt labs have uncovered a "credit card-like" molecule that can disrupt a central step in the progression of such cancers as Burkitt’s lymphoma.

Scripps Research Institute Announces Interim Leadership

James Paulson, chair of TSRI’s Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, has been appointed acting president and CEO.

Chemists Uncover Powerful New Click Chemistry Reactivity

The research from the Sharpless lab opens the doorway to powerful new tools for making drugs, plastics and unprecedented smart materials.

Team Successfully Targets Common Mutation in Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Frontotemporal Dementia

Scientists led by Professor Matthew Disney of TSRI and Professor of Neuroscience Leonard Petrucelli of the Mayo Clinic have for the first time successfully designed a therapeutic strategy targeting a specific genetic mutation causing these diseases.

A Gene Linked to Disease Found to Play a Critical Role in Normal Memory Development

The new findings from the Puthanveettil lab could have implications for the development of future treatments for Huntington’s disease.

Team Awarded $4.4 Million to Investigate 10-Minute DNA Sequencing Technology

The Ghadiri lab is working on technology that holds promise to improve patient care, such as cancer treatment.

  • Team Finds New Calorie-Burning Switch in Brown Fat
  • Scientists Create Most Detailed Map Yet of Virus that Causes Colds, Pink Eye
  • Researchers Find Genetic Mutations Linked to Salivary Gland Tumors
  • Team Finds Ancient Protein-Building Enzymes Have Evolved Diverse New Functions
  • Listening to Cells: A Profile of Ardem Patapoutian
  • State-of-the-Art Electron Microscope Opens New Vistas for TSRI Researchers
  • Team Finds Potential New Use for Cancer Drug in Gene Therapy for Blood Disorders
  • Scientists Pinpoint How Genetic Mutation Causes Early Brain Damage
  • Scientific Art on the Fly: Behind the Scenes of the New Airport Exhibit
  • Study Shows Hemorrhagic Fevers Can Be Caused by Body’s Antiviral Interferon Response
  • Revealing the Molecular Secrets of Short, Intense Workouts
  • Hitting a Moving Target: AIDS Vaccine Could Work Against Changeable Site on HIV
  • Scientists Find an Unlikely Stress Responder May Protect Against Alzheimer’s
  • Chemists Discover Structure of Cancer Drug Candidate
  • TSRI celebrates 22nd Commencement
  • Stem Cell Therapy Shows Promise for MS in Mouse Model
  • Scientists Create First Living Organism that Transmits Added Letters in DNA ‘Alphabet’
  • Outsmarting Viruses: A Profile of Erica Ollmann Saphire