Vol 11. Issue 13 / April 11, 2011

Common "Chaperone" Protein Found to Work in Surprising Way, Say Scripps Research Scientists — The results from the Dyson lab shed light on critical interactions in a cell and expand a new understanding of proteins.

Team Finds Dual Switch Regulates Fat Cell Formation — The discovery from the Saez lab may point the way to new obesity and diabetes drugs.

Scripps Research Scientists Organize International Conference on Alcoholism and Stress Research — "The growing health burdens of alcohol addiction and stress-related disorders are major problems worldwide," says Associate Professor Marisa Roberto.

Scripps Research Named Among Top Institutions in Immunology

Korean Health Ministry Officials Visit Scripps Research

SOF Announces California Postdoctoral Travel Award Winners

Scientists Find Sensory Wiring for Smells Varies Among Individuals

Method Reveals New View of Human Nerve Cells, Opening Door to Potential Drug Targets

Scripps Research and MIT Scientists Discover Class of Potent Anti-Cancer Compounds

New Lupus Drug Results from Scripps Research Technology

Engineering Better Approaches to Chemistry

Scripps Research Names Michael A. Marletta as President

Scientists Develop Powerful New Methodology for Stabilizing Proteins

Scientists Reveal Key Mechanism Governing Nicotine Addiction

Scripps Research Team Creates New Synthetic Compound with HIV-Fighting Promise

Scientists Reveal Complete Structure of HIV's Outer Shell



Scientists Find E. Coli Enzyme Must Move to Function
The findings from the Wright lab may lead to new approaches to drug design.