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Study Suggests Ebola Can Adapt to Better Target Human Cells

Work from the Andersen lab and colleagues is the first to show that Ebola virus can gain mutations that change its function.

Scientists Identify Protein Behind Immune System 'Shut Down'

The findings from the Sherman lab suggest a new drug target for cancer, chronic infections.

Team Develops New Toolkit for Exploring Protein Biology

Using nucleophilic probes, researchers from the Cravatt lab discover a novel electrophilic protein modification.

7 Tips for Better Scientific Manuscripts

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