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Imaging Molecules in Motion in Live Cells

Imaging Molecules in Motion in Live Cells

The quest of Robert Singer, Ph.D., to improve imaging techniques is giving scientists a previously unimagined ability to see inside living cells as the code of life is being transcribed.  read article >

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Healing All Wounds

Healing All Wounds

Einstein basic scientists have found a way to jump-start wound healing at the molecular level, and Montefiore’s Wound Healing Program offers patients optimal treatments and preventive care. read more  read article >

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New Strategy for Battling Ebola

New Strategy for Battling Ebola

Using animation, Drs. Kartik Chandran and Jonathan Lai explain how they developed the first antibody found to be effective against all five strains of Ebola virus.  watch video >

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Preventing Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis

Preventing Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis

Efforts to prevent extensively drug-resistant (XDR) tuberculosis (TB) from spreading have traditionally relied on improving patient treatment. But a study co-authored by James Brust, M.D., and published in the January 18 online issue of The New England Journal of Medicine suggests that … read more >

Gender Differences in Walking Among Seniors

Gender Differences in Walking Among Seniors

Albert Einstein College of Medicine scientists had previously shown that older people who do poorly on dual-task walking tests (walking while talking) face an increased risk for falls, disability and death. But it wasn’t known whether gender and stress influence how the … read more >

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