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Being Patient 21h
Researchers at Salk Institute for Biological Studies () have reported that a drug called CMS121 has shown success in halting and potentially even reversing memory loss from 's in a mouse model. Learn more about the findings:
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Salk Institute Aug 6
ATTN: San Diego science teachers! Please RT!
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Salk Institute Aug 6
In addition to Salk’s ongoing research areas relevant to , several new -specific projects have recently launched. These projects range from understanding the structure of the to mobilizing the body’s immune reaction.
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Salk Institute Aug 5
A drug candidate developed by researchers, and previously shown to slow aging in brain cells, successfully reversed memory loss in a mouse model of inherited disease.
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Salk Institute Aug 4
Congratulations to graduate student-advisor pairs Jillybeth Burgado-Nicola Allen ​and Matthew Maxwell-Diana Hargreaves for being awarded HHMI Gilliam Fellowships to Support Diversity in Science!
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Medical Xpress Aug 4
New molecule reverses Alzheimer's-like memory decline
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Salk Education Outreach Jul 31
🚨San Diego County 6th-8th SCI teachers🚨! Salk Mobile Science Lab is going virtual this fall 🧬💻 and we need you! Please complete our quick 5 minute⏲ survey. We soooo value your educator input! 🙌🏼
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Dmitry Lyumkis Jul 30
On the day of funeral, I ran into this image at , melding art, science, and social justice. RIP, congressman Lewis, your legacy lives on
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Salk Institute Jul 29
The Salk Institute is proud to be supporting and ! Check out the full schedule of panels, discussions and social events this week: and get involved and participate!
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Big4Bio:San Diego Jul 29
"This is the only available data set that looks at the methylation in a developing mouse over time, tissue by tissue."
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Salk Institute Jul 29
Salk Professor and co-authors publish not one but three papers in
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Joe Ecker Jul 29
Thanks to the amazing lead author , all lab members & terrific collaborators BingRen Woldlab contributing to “Spatiotemporal DNA methylome dynamics…” in today’s
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Salk Institute Jul 26
New profile of Postdoc Austin Coley from Kay Tye's @kaymtyelab up at Black in Neuro Congrats Austin!
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Salk Institute Jul 24
New issue of Salk's award-winning magazine "Inside Salk" is now online! Features an overview of new research and how the Institute is adapting and responding to the while continuing its groundbreaking science.
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Nanolive Jul 21
“Nanolive cell imaging is the only way of studying the phase-transition that occurs in response to the increase in adenovirus replication centres, in real time." Prof. Clodagh O'Shea,
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Timken Museum of Art Jul 20
Today's recognizes another great example of San Diegan mid-century modern architecture: the Salk Institute (). Established in 1960 by Jonas Salk, MD, developer of the first safe & effective polio vaccine, and designed by architect Louis Khan.
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Salk Institute Jul 18
In case you missed it, a review by Janelle Ayres of the metabolic pathways of COVID-19 which helps explain why underlying conditions, like Type 2 diabetes, make the infection so much worse.
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Salk Institute Jul 17
Salk Prof Tom Albright + 1st author Sergei Gepshtein have a paper out describing the lab's development of a new lineup method to help eyewitnesses more accurately identify suspects + avoid misidentifications
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Axion BioSystems Jul 16
Congratulations to Sara Linker, Ana P.D. Mendes, and Carol Marchetto from for their recent paper in Molecular Autism: IGF-1 treatment causes unique transcriptional response in neurons from individuals with idiopathic autism.
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USC Research Jul 15
Scientists , & show how police lineups can better ID bad guys & protect the innocent.
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