Carbon-Carbon Coupling Made Easy.Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have devised a new molecule-building method that is likely to have a major impact on the pharmaceutical industry and many other chemistry-based enterprises.
27 April, 2016
New research funded by the charity Action on Hearing Loss has taken scientists a step closer to finding a treatment for one of the most common causes of hearing loss among young adults following the discovery of a new gene which causes otosclerosis.
21 April, 2016
While research has identified hundreds of genes required for normal memory formation, genes that suppress memory are of special interest because they offer insights into how the brain prioritizes and manages all of the information, including memories, that it takes in every day. These genes also provide clues for how scientists might develop new treatments for cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease.
15 April, 2016
TSRI Study Shows That New Forms of a Plant Virus Are Useful in Human Therapeutics
07 April, 2016
Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) and collaborating institutions have described the first-ever immature or “teenage” antibody found in a powerful class of immune molecules effective against HIV.“This is actually the first example of how we can go back to the really early stage to see how this antibody lineage was born and can develop,” said TSRI biologist Jiang Zhu, who served as co-senior author of the study.
06 April, 2016
Growing concern about the rising price of drugs used in the treatment of life-limiting medical conditions is putting pressure on governments in Europe to increase their use of Compulsory Licence Orders.
05 April, 2016