• VOL 14. ISSUE 30
    October 20, 2014

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Scientists Link ALS Progression to Increased Protein Instability
Scientists Identify Trigger for Crucial Immune System Cell
Researchers Receive $6.6 Million to Investigate Deadly Lassa Virus
Snapshot: Dana Scoville

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Scientists Link ALS Progression to Increased Protein Instability

The research from the Getzoff and Tainer labs suggests a new approach to developing therapies for ALS.

Scientists Identify Trigger for Crucial Immune System Cell

The findings from the Teyton lab could lead to novel approaches to diseases such as type 1 diabetes as well as new ways to boost the effectiveness of vaccines.

Researchers Receive $6.6 Million to Investigate Deadly Lassa Virus

The effort, led by the Oldstone lab, aims to uncover how the virus causes disease, as well as why some patients die while others survive.

Snapshot: Dana Scoville

Meet Dana Scoville of Counseling and Psychological Services, Scripps Florida.

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