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Compound Dramatically Reduces Joint Inflammation

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Study Finds Emerging Bird Flu Strain Is Still Poorly Adapted for Infecting Humans

Despite initial studies to the contrary, the avian influenza virus H7N9 is still mainly adapted for infecting birds, not humans.

Letter from the President

Michael A. Marletta, president and CEO of The Scripps Research Institute, sends his holiday greetings and reflects on the institute’s accomplishments in 2013.

Compound Dramatically Reduces Joint Inflammation

The new drug candidate from the Griffin lab could provide doctors with additional treatment options for patients with rheumatoid arthritis who do not respond well to current therapies.

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