• VOL 15. ISSUE 7
    March 02, 2015

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Team Shows How Rare Antibody Targets Ebola and Marburg Virus
Research Shows Decreased Aggressive Behavior Toward Strangers in Autism Spectrum Disorder Model
Scientists Find New Cellular Pathway Defect in Cystinosis
Study Shows Safer Methods for Stem Cell Culturing
TSRI Female Faculty Share Science with Donors and the Public

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Team Shows How Rare Antibody Targets Ebola and Marburg Virus

The findings from the Ollmann Saphire lab could lead to future treatments that bind to a vulnerable site common to many viruses.

Research Shows Decreased Aggressive Behavior Toward Strangers in Autism Spectrum Disorder Model

A study from the Page lab found mouse models of autism showed decreased aggressive behavior toward strangers and, instead, engage in more repetitive behavior.

Scientists Find New Cellular Pathway Defect in Cystinosis

The research, led by Associate Professor Sergio Catz, could eventually lead to new drug treatments for reducing or preventing kidney damage in cystinosis patients.

Study Shows Safer Methods for Stem Cell Culturing

The findings from the Loring lab show that certain stem cell culture methods are associated with increased DNA mutations.

TSRI Female Faculty Share Science with Donors and the Public

The February 5 event was the first event organized by TSRI’s Female Faculty Group.

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  • Scientists Find More DNA and Extra Copies of Disease Gene in Alzheimer’s Brain Cells
  • Team Establishes that Drug Candidates Can Block Pathway Linked to Cell Death in Parkinson’s Disease
  • Scientists Move Closer to a Personalized Treatment Solution for Intellectual Disability
  • Nicotine Vaccine Provokes Robust Immune Response
  • Scientists Uncover New, Fundamental Mechanism for How Resveratrol Provides Health Benefits
  • Researchers Find Drug That Helps Huntington’s Disease-Afflicted Mice—and Their Offspring
  • Team Illuminates Mysterious Molecular Mechanism Powering Cells in Most Forms of Life
  • New Hope for Newborns: How a TSRI Scientist Brought a Life-Saving Drug from the Lab to the Clinic
  • Scientists Open New Frontier of Vast Chemical ‘Space’
  • Team Develops ‘Cool’ New Method for Probing How Molecules Fold
  • Solving a Long-Standing Mystery, Team Identifies Key Protein Sensor for Touch
  • Pain and Itch in a Dish
  • Researchers Find How Mutant Gene Can Cause Deafness
  • Volunteers Can Now Help Seek Ebola Cure in Their (Computer's) Spare Time
  • Team Reveals Weak Spots in Ebola’s Defenses
  • Researchers Discover New Type of Neuron that Plays Key Role in Nicotine Addiction
  • The Backwards Brain? New Study Shows How Brain Maps Develop to Help Us Perceive the World
  • Catalyst-Where-You-Want-It Method Expands Possibilities for New Drug Development
  • Scientists Unveil New Targets and Test to Develop Treatments for Memory Disorders