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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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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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MAF1 Function and Metabolic Inefficiency

MAF1 Function and Metabolic Inefficiency

The National Institute of General Medical Sciences has awarded Ian Willis, Ph.D., a four-year, $2.1 million grant to study the MAF1 protein and determine how gene expression and energy expenditure is changed in Maf1 knockout mice. MAF1 is best known as a … read more >

Brain Development in Adverse Situations

Brain Development in Adverse Situations

R. Suzanne Zukin, Ph.D., was awarded a five-year, $1.7 million NIH grant to study how adverse experiences early in life influence N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors (NMDARs) in the brain. These receptors play crucial roles in neural circuitry and in higher cognitive functions. During … read more >

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