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Hitting a Moving Target: AIDS Vaccine Could Work Against Changeable Site on HIV
In Memoriam: Gerald Edelman (1929 - 2014)
Scientists Find an Unlikely Stress Responder May Protect Against Alzheimer’s
Chemists Discover Structure of Cancer Drug Candidate
Team Catches Misguided DNA-Repair Proteins in the Act
Video: TSRI's Class of 2014, 'Anything Is Possible'
Scientists Wins $2 Million Grant to Study Impact of Early Nutrition on Lifespan

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Hitting a Moving Target: AIDS Vaccine Could Work Against Changeable Site on HIV

The finding from the Burton lab is likely to influence future designs for HIV vaccines and antibody-based therapies.

In Memoriam: Gerald Edelman (1929 - 2014)

Edelman won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Rodney R. Porter "for their discoveries concerning the chemical structure of antibodies."

Scientists Find an Unlikely Stress Responder May Protect Against Alzheimer’s

The findings from the Buxbaum lab point to new approach to Alzheimer’s prevention and therapy.

Chemists Discover Structure of Cancer Drug Candidate

“This new structure should generate much interest in the cancer research community,” says Professsor Kim D. Janda.

Team Catches Misguided DNA-Repair Proteins in the Act

A team from the Lazzerini Denchi lab shows a path to DNA damage that provides fertile ground for cancer.

Video: TSRI's Class of 2014, 'Anything Is Possible'

TSRI graduated 38 new biology and chemistry PhDs in May. Here, three speak about their experiences.

Scientists Wins $2 Million Grant to Study Impact of Early Nutrition on Lifespan

Imbalanced nutrition during early childhood greatly influences future human health and development.

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