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February 16, 2024
Cutting-edge methods yield surprising insights into Huntington’s disease
New findings add depth to our understanding of neurodegeneration.
February 15, 2024
Keeping telomerase in check
Telomerase could run amok, deleteriously capping damaged DNA, were it not for a first responder to DNA damage.
February 7, 2024
How fruit flies control the brain's "steering wheel"
A newly discovered neural circuit mediates between navigational brain cells, acting as a sort of mental steering wheel.
February 6, 2024
Newly discovered genetic malfunction causes rare lung disease
The absence of a single immune cell receptor has been linked to both fewer defenses against mycobacterial infections, such as TB, and damaging buildup of sticky residue in the lungs.
January 9, 2024
"Exhausted" immune cells may drive Alzheimer's
A class of ineffective immune cells may be driving Alzheimer’s disease, a finding that could both explain why APOE4 gene increases the risk of the disease and why a new drug can impact it.
December 21, 2023
Revealing how an ancient genetic invader inhabits our DNA
LINE-1 is associated with disease and aging. The Rout lab has uncloaked the core of its key protein, pointing the way towards therapeutic targets.
December 14, 2023
A CRISPR pioneer looks back as the first gene-editing therapy is approved
Luciano Marraffini’s research helped lay the groundwork for the newly FDA-approved CRISPR-based therapy for sickle cell anemia. He reflects on how we got here—and where the science is going next.
December 13, 2023
Innovative method identifies rare brain cell types for the first time
It also reduces the cost of a million single-cell transcriptomes from $10,000 to $700—and the time necessary down to about a day.
December 11, 2023
A new way of thinking about how organ architecture develops
By focusing on the emergent features of cell collectives, instead of individual cells, scientists forge a new path for understanding how organs develop their architecture.
December 11, 2023
Intriguing science discoveries of 2023
From plumbing the depths of wound repair to tackling how songbirds solve problems, here are some fascinating discoveries that came out of Rockefeller in 2023.
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