Vol 8. Issue 7 / March 3, 2008

Scientists Studying Sepsis in Mice Find Potential Drug Targets for Deadly Disease - "We have identified a key connection of signaling pathways in the cascade of events leading to sepsis," says Professor Wolfram Ruf.

Bright Lights: Mystery of Glowing Antibody Solved by Scripps Research Scientists - The findings could have wide application in the development of novel and broadly applicable biosensors.


Diamonds and Pearls

In Memoriam: Frank J. Dixon, 1920-2008

Medicine Man: Philip LoGrasso Targets Drug Discovery

Scientists Discover New Gene Linked to Fragile X Syndrome

Scientists Find New Genetic Mutation that Halts the Development of Lupus

Team Finds a Widely Used Anti-Malarial Drug Prevents Cancer Development

Team Identifies Human Antibodies that Prevent Hepatitis C Virus Infection in Mouse Model

A Bigger Picture: Peter Kuhn Looks at Circulating Tumor Cells - Associate Professor Peter Kuhn hopes to make early detection of cancer—when treatment can be most effective—a common and relatively simple process.