Vol 7. Issue 33 / November 5, 2007

Scientists Shed Light on Stabilization Dynamics of Important Nuclear Receptor - A paper from the Griffin lab provides new insight into receptors that play a critical role in regulating lipid and glucose metabolism.

Geza Ambrus-Aikelin Wins California HIV/AIDS Research Award

Scripps Research Wins $51 Million to Study Critical Immune Response Mechanisms

Inventing New Chemistry

Structure of HIV Capsid Protein Reveals Potential Weakness at Inner Core of Virus

Scientists Develop Innovative Dual Action Anthrax Vaccine-Antitoxin Combination

Tales from a Life in DNA

Pearson Family Chair to Support Forward-Looking Alcohol and Addiction Research

Researchers Shed New Light on How Antibodies Fight HIV

Researchers Pinpoint Specific Neurons Involved In Memory Formation






Team Blocks Bacterial Communication System to Prevent Deadly Staph Infections - The findings from the Janda lab could lead to much-needed development of vaccines against "superbugs."