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New Science Spotlight Articles

Every month, Fred Hutch postdoc writer/editors summarize two papers from each of our scientific divisions to stimulate collaborations across campus
10 NEW May 17, 2021
New insights into the breast milk virome in women with HIV

New insights into the breast milk virome in women with HIV

From the Human Biology Division
Science Spotlight - May 17, 2021

New Scientific Publications

Each week, Fred Hutch librarians search PubMed and Web of Science to discover new papers published by Fred Hutch authors
2 NEW Week of May 16, 2021
HIV antibody trial results offer 'proof of concept'

HIV antibody trial results offer 'proof of concept'

Outcome of AMP shows feasibility of developing potent antibody combinations to block HIV
Hutch News - March 17, 2021
How do antibodies evolve to kill HIV-infected cells?

How do antibodies evolve to kill HIV-infected cells?

From the Overbaugh and Matsen labs, Human Biology and Public Health Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - February 15, 2021
Sequence diversity in cancer-causing viruses

Sequence diversity in cancer-causing viruses

From the Mullins lab, University of Washington and the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division
Science Spotlight - February 15, 2021
Modeling the kinetics of an HIV cure

Modeling the kinetics of an HIV cure

From the Schiffer group, Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division
Science Spotlight - February 15, 2021
The unintended immune consequences of HIV treatments

The unintended immune consequences of HIV treatments

From the Hladik Lab, Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division
Science Spotlight - October 19, 2020
Benefits outweigh the social stigma of HIV vaccine trial participation

Benefits outweigh the social stigma of HIV vaccine trial participation

From the HIV Vaccine Trials Network and the University of Washington
Science Spotlight - July 20, 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 Spotlight - May 18, 2020
Cracking the code of HIV-1 entry into macaque cells

Cracking the code of HIV-1 entry into macaque cells

From the Bloom lab (Basic Sciences Division) and Overbaugh lab (Human Biology and Public Health Sciences Divisions).
Science Spotlight - May 18, 2020
Last Modified, April 02, 2020