Vol 11. Issue 26 / September 5, 2011

Team Reveals How White Blood Cell Promotes Growth and Spread of Cancer - The findings from the Quigley lab open the door to the development of novel drugs for early-stage tumors.

Researchers Find New Drug Candidates for Set of Protein-Folding Diseases - The new study from the Wilson lab describes compounds that prevent the abnormal aggregation of the TTR protein.

Scientists Define Cellular Pathway Essential to Removing Damaged Mitochondria - The new research from the Cleveland lab could have important implications for current cancer treatments.

AIDS Researchers Isolate New Potent and Broadly Effective Antibodies Against HIV

Tenet Florida and Scripps Research Announce Collaboration to Build Academic Medical Center

Scientists Create Vaccine Against Heroin High

Discovery of Natural Antibody Brings a Universal Flu Vaccine a Step Closer

Team Solves Mystery of Nerve Disease Genes

Team Sheds New Light on How Blood Clots Form

Led by Advances in Chemical Synthesis, Team Discovers that a Rare Natural Product Has Potent Pain-Killing Propertiesy

New Class of Compounds Offers Great R&D Potential

Slideshow: Scripps Research Holds 19th Commencement



Scientists Reengineer an Antibiotic to Overcome Dangerous Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria - The compound, synthesized in the Boger lab, could one day be used clinically to treat patients with life-threatening and highly resistant bacterial infections.