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Scientists Identify Molecular Markers of Kidney Transplant Rejection
Study Identifies New Type of Protein Clump that May Be Implicated in ALS
Researchers Win $1.4 Million Grant to Develop New Ways to Block Breast Cancer
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Scientists Identify Molecular Markers of Kidney Transplant Rejection

The findings from the Salomon lab challenge assumptions in the field and open the door to early intervention.

Study Identifies New Type of Protein Clump that May Be Implicated in ALS

The findings may lead to new therapies for ALS and other neurodegenerative conditions.

Researchers Win $1.4 Million Grant to Develop New Ways to Block Breast Cancer

The new project will be led by Professor Donald Phinney.

Friends, Food and… Chemistry

TSRI event highlights the work of female scientists.

  • New Study Shows HIV Structure in Unprecedented Detail
  • Team Finds New Approach to Curbing Cancer Cell Growth
  • Scientists Find Clues to Neutralizing Coronaviruses Such as MERS
  • Researchers Discover New Ebola-Fighting Antibodies in Blood of Outbreak Survivor
  • Team Finds Popular Stem Cell Techniques Safe
  • Researchers Develop ‘LIGHTSABR’—A Cheap, Portable Drug-Discovery System
  • Study Reveals New Link Between Brain and Fat-Burning Circuit
  • Study Reveals Workings of Mysterious ‘Relief Valve’ that Protects Cells from Swelling
  • Philanthropist Samuel Yin Provides $12.8 Million Gift for New Scripps California Laboratories
  • Study Shows Path to ‘Dialing Down’ Autoimmunity without Compromising Immune Response
  • Scientists Solve 3D Structure of Protein that Guides the Immune System
  • Team Devises Powerful New Method for Modifying Drug Molecules
  • Flipping Molecular ‘Switch’ May Reduce Nicotine’s Effects in the Brain
  • Researchers Develop Versatile New Molecule-Building Technique
  • Team Comes Together with Rare Disease Community
  • Scientists Advance Physics of Single ‘Transformer’ Proteins with Role in Cancer