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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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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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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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Monitoring Cancer in 9/11 First Responders

Monitoring Cancer in 9/11 First Responders

On 9/11/2001 and over the following months, thousands of first responders and other rescue/recovery workers were exposed to potentially carcinogenic substances at the Twin Towers site. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded Charles Hall, Ph.D., a four-year, $1.8 million … read more >

Regulating Protein Synthesis in Neurons

Regulating Protein Synthesis in Neurons

mRNAs exit the nucleus and travel to particular places in the cytoplasm. Where mRNAs localize influences where specific proteins will be synthesized and the quantity of protein produced. Robert H. Singer, Ph.D., Young Yoon Ph.D., and colleagues used high-resolution imaging to more precisely … read more >

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