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Finding the golden ticket? Cyclin T1 is required for HIV-1 latency reactivation

Finding the golden ticket? Cyclin T1 is required for HIV-1 latency reactivation

From the Emerman lab, Human Biology and Basic Sciences Divisions
Science SpotlightOctober 16, 2023
Trimming the unknowns: identifying the function of primate TRIM34

Trimming the unknowns: identifying the function of primate TRIM34

From the Ohainle and Emerman labs, Human Biology and Basic Sciences Divisions
Science SpotlightSeptember 18, 2023
Panning for gold in a dependent-sea of genes

Panning for gold in a dependent-sea of genes

From the Emerman Lab, Human Biology and Basic Sciences Divisions
Science SpotlightMarch 20, 2023
For the first time (in cryo-EM): A3G and Vif structure revealed

For the first time (in cryo-EM): A3G and Vif structure revealed

From the Emerman lab, Human Biology and Basic Sciences Divisions
Science SpotlightMarch 20, 2023
A human-specific motif facilitates CARD8 inflammasome activation after HIV-1 infection

A human-specific motif facilitates CARD8 inflammasome activation after HIV-1 infection

From the Emerman and Mitchell labs, Cancer Basic Biology Programs, Cancer Consortium and UW Microbiology.
Science SpotlightNovember 21, 2022
License to Kill: Latency HIV-CRISPR pinpoints how to blow latent HIV’s cover

License to Kill: Latency HIV-CRISPR pinpoints how to blow latent HIV’s cover

From the Emerman and Henikoff Labs, Pathogen Associated Malignancies and Cancer Basic Biology Programs, Cancer Consortium.
Science SpotlightSeptember 19, 2022
A Passport to Cross-species Transmission

A Passport to Cross-species Transmission

From the Emerman Lab, Human Biology Division
Science SpotlightOctober 18, 2021
No ‘black diamond’ ski slopes for the TRIM5α antiviral protein

No ‘black diamond’ ski slopes for the TRIM5α antiviral protein

From the Malik and Emerman labs, Basic Sciences Division
Science SpotlightOctober 19, 2020
TRIMs attack: TRIM34 and TRIM5alpha work together to block HIV-1 infection

TRIMs attack: TRIM34 and TRIM5alpha work together to block HIV-1 infection

From the Emerman laboratory, Human Biology and Basic Sciences Divisions
Science SpotlightMay 18, 2020
What's with the spikes?

What's with the spikes?

Those structures that give coronavirus its name might be SARS-CoV-2’s weak point
Hutch NewsApril 03, 2020
Dr. Michael Emerman to give Bernard Fields lecture at CROI

Dr. Michael Emerman to give Bernard Fields lecture at CROI

Talk will cover how lessons from HIV’s evolutionary past could lead to new therapies, cure
Hutch NewsMarch 05, 2020
Age-old arms race points way to new-and-improved antiviral protein

Age-old arms race points way to new-and-improved antiviral protein

Guided by evolution, scientists create more potent antiviral that unexpectedly continues blocking dissimilar viruses
Hutch NewsOctober 01, 2019
Dr. Harmit Malik elected fellow of American Academy of Microbiology

Dr. Harmit Malik elected fellow of American Academy of Microbiology

His pioneering approaches to studying genetic conflict are transforming traditional evolutionary genetics
Hutch NewsFebruary 15, 2019
A new technology to screen for HIV-specific restriction factors

A new technology to screen for HIV-specific restriction factors

From the Emerman lab, Human Biology Division
Science SpotlightJanuary 21, 2019
A monkey wrench in retroviral defense: loss of APOBEC3H activity in Old World monkeys

A monkey wrench in retroviral defense: loss of APOBEC3H activity in Old World monkeys

From the Emerman lab, Human Biology Division
Science SpotlightAugust 20, 2018
Unraveling the viral entry blocking machinery

Unraveling the viral entry blocking machinery

From the Emerman lab, Human Biology Division
Science SpotlightMay 21, 2018