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Lauren Solomon, Broad Communications, based on RCSB PDB (doi: 10.2210/pdb1QLX/pdb
Blog / 12.21.17
When people think about prion mutations, their mind jumps to things that cause disease. But as a Broad researcher points out, some prion mutations can protect against disease, and point to potentially valuable research avenues.Read more
Gao et al./Nature 2017
News / 12.20.17
Researchers deliver CRISPR-Cas9 directly into the inner ear hair cells of mice, preventing hearing loss in animal model of genetic progressive deafness.Read more
Susanna M. Hamilton, Broad Communications
Blog / 12.14.17
Similar mutations in the gene SPOP have completely opposite effects in prostate versus endometrial cancers. What does that mean for efforts aimed at functionally interpreting cancer genetic findings?Read more
Courtesy of Anna Greka (Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School)
News / 12.7.17
Inspired by rare genetic disease, researchers develop a compound that can protect kidney cells from death and restore kidney function in multiple animal models of progressive kidney disease.Read more
Susanna M. Hamilton, Broad Institute
Blog / 12.7.17
Collaboration will create and disseminate open-source tools for storing, sharing, and analyzing life sciences dataRead more