• VOL 14. ISSUE 27
    September 29, 2014

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Surprising Diversity of Antibody Family Provides Clues for HIV Vaccine Design
TSRI Scientists Awarded $7.9 Million to Develop Artificial Immune System
Helping Teens Find a Path to STEM Careers

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Surprising Diversity of Antibody Family Provides Clues for HIV Vaccine Design

A team from the Burton and Wilson labs has described how a single family of antibodies has evolved remarkably diverse structures to attack a vulnerable site on HIV.

TSRI Scientists Awarded $7.9 Million to Develop Artificial Immune System

The projects are being led by Tom Kodadek and Brian Paegel at Scripps Florida and Floyd Romesberg at Scripps California.

Helping Teens Find a Path to STEM Careers

The new Science Saturday program introduces high school students to biomedical research at TSRI.

  • TSRI Chemists Modify Antibiotic to Vanquish Resistant Bacteria
  • Dennis Burton: In Search of an Effective HIV Vaccine
  • TSRI Panel Shares Critical Ebola Work with the Public
  • Scientists Make Diseased Cells Synthesize Their Own Drug
  • Researchers Link Alcohol-Dependence Gene to Neurotransmitter
  • Scientists Demonstrate Long-Sought Drug Candidate Can Halt Tumor Growth
  • Chemists Uncover Powerful New Click Chemistry Reactivity
  • 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