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C. David Allis
Remembering a pioneer of chromatin biology
Charles David Allis, a molecular biologist who shaped the field of chromatin biology, died on January 8 at the age of 71.

Latest news

Adenocarcinoma of stomach
The nutrient that cancer cells crave
Starving cancer cells of a key amino acid could potentially render tumors more vulnerable to the body’s natural immune response.

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Elaine Fuchs awarded Benjamin Franklin Medal in Life Science
Fuchs receives the honor for illuminating the genetics of skin diseases and the mechanisms that guide skin renewal, yielding insights into aging, inflammation, and cancer.

flu vaccine
A unique window into "original antigenic sin"
The body's first blush with a pathogen shapes how it will respond to vaccines. New evidence clarifies how this phenomenon works, mechanistically.

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How the body's B cell academy ensures a diverse immune response
A diverse immune response hinges on naive B cells mingling with high affinity ones in the late-stage germinal center. Whether that helps or hinders, however, depends on the virus.

Latest awards & honors

Alipasha Vaziri is elected as a Fellow Member of Optica
November 9, 2022
Jeffrey V. Ravetch is honored with National Cancer Institute Outstanding Investigator Award
November 8, 2022

Rockefeller in the news

The Washington Post
Covid uses our proteins against us. A new strategy seeks to block that.
October 31, 2022
NBC Nightly News
Plagued by mosquito bites? New research suggests why, with public health implications
October 20, 2022
The Washington Post
When you feel sick, you can thank your brain – it’s helping you heal
October 13, 2022
NBC News
In a novel experiment, brain-like human tissue implanted in rat brains influenced the rodents' behavior
October 12, 2022

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