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Masaru Kanekiyo 6h
Our latest preprint on supraseasonal influenza vaccine concept led by Seyhan and | Amazing collaboration with and |
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Jesse Erasmus May 29
In our latest study we demonstrate how a replicating RNA vaccine induces SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibodies in nonhuman primates after a single dose: How is this approach different from other mRNA approaches? (1/10)
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Bloom Lab May 28
In a new study, we've measured how many children visiting a Seattle hospital have serological evidence of prior infection with : Why is this important and what did we find? (1/14)
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The Veesler Lab May 27
X-ray Experiments Zero in on COVID-19 Antibodies via
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Richard Pleass May 24
Cross-neutralization of SARS-CoV-2 by a human monoclonal antibody recognising glycan epitope ... -19
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Washington Research Foundation/WRF Capital May 18
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The Veesler Lab May 18
Watch out SARS-CoV-2, we are coming for you! Our manuscript describing the isolation and structural characterization of the first human monoclonal antibody potently neutralizing SARS-CoV-2 has now been peer-reviewed and can be found here:
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Bob Cross May 17
We are very pleased to share our new data on an African Green Monkey model for caused by . This model will no doubt be useful in the evaluation of vaccines/drugs & contribute to our understanding of this important public health threat.
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The Veesler Lab May 14
Due to many requests, we decided to make our SARS-CoV-2 spike plasmids available through BEI to everyone interested in fighting the -19 pandemic: These plasmids were described here:
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MSU Phage Peeps May 9
Very excited to share this work from my group. Great thesis work by ! Thanks to for the support for this project and to and those at Cell 😊
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Yong Zi Tan May 8
Our work on mycobacterial sugar transferase AftD structures is finally out! Not only did we resolve this essential membrane protein’s structure, we also uncovered conformational changes in a mutant that suggests acyl carrier proteins can regulate the activity of these enzymes.
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Melody Campbell May 1
I guess it's already Twitter official! I'm beyond excited to start my lab this July and to join so many great scientists in the division. My lab will use structural biology, biochemistry, & cell biology to look at how leukocytes relay signals ❄️🔬🧫
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Hutch Basic Sciences May 1
Basic Sciences just got a little more awesome! We are thrilled to welcome 3 new faculty members: Melody Campbell (), Nic Lehrbach (), and Manu Setty ().
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Bloom Lab Apr 21
We've written detailed protocol on neutralization assays for at biosafety-level-2 using lentiviral pseudotype, and put key reagents (293T-ACE2 cells, plasmids) in BEI Resources repository. Most labs should be able to perform these assays (1/9).
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The Veesler Lab Apr 16
Really excited that our article describing the structure, function and antigenicity of the SARS-CoV-2 spike glycoprotein is featured on the cover of Cover art by
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Reichow Lab Apr 15
So excited to finally share this work - structure of Cx46/50 gap junction intercellular channels in a dynamic lipid environment, resolved at 1.9 Å by ! With some MD-simulation to make it dance ;) Check it out on BioRxiv:
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The Veesler Lab Apr 9
Credit to , Davide Corti’s lab & Michael Diamond’s lab 2/2
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The Veesler Lab Apr 9
We isolated and characterized a human antibody that potently neutralizes SARS-CoV-2 & SARS-CoV which entered an accelerated development path towards clinical trials. We hope it will contribute to ending the pandemic. 1/2
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Lexi Walls Apr 8
Invited by my high school bio teacher to talk to students about cryoEM, CoVs, vaccines and my path to PhD! It was surreal to trade and be the educator today. Thank YOU Dr. Ryan for the invite, investment in my high school self (which got me here), and continued encouragement!
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UW Biochemistry Apr 6
Wishing the happiest 100th Birthday to our dear colleague, Laureate, Dr. Edmond H. Fischer. We can't wait to celebrate in person! has some great videos of Eddy,
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