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New Scientific Publications

Each week, Fred Hutch librarians search PubMed and Web of Science to discover new papers published by Fred Hutch authors
6 NEW Week of November 22, 2020
Circular tandem repeat protein scaffold binds a variety of functional cargo

Circular tandem repeat protein scaffold binds a variety of functional cargo

From the Bradley (Public Health Sciences Division), Stoddard (Basic Sciences Division), Riddell (Clinical Research Division) and Kaiser Groups (Seattle University Biology)
Science Spotlight - June 15, 2020
Swa(I)y, bend, and cut

Swa(I)y, bend, and cut

From the Stoddard Laboratory (Basic Sciences Division)
Science Spotlight - January 16, 2017
CRISPR and beyond: The ins and outs of gene editing and its potential for cures

CRISPR and beyond: The ins and outs of gene editing and its potential for cures

The big 4 gene-editing platforms and how they could usher in new therapies for HIV, cancer — and other diseases
Hutch News - August 04, 2016
New strategy could prevent GMO leaks from lab to the wild

New strategy could prevent GMO leaks from lab to the wild

Scientists rewrite bacterium’s genetic language so it can’t survive outside the lab
Hutch News - January 27, 2015
‘Outrageous experience’: Researchers recall pioneering experiments on Soviet space station

‘Outrageous experience’: Researchers recall pioneering experiments on Soviet space station

Drs. Roland Strong and Barry Stoddard were part of the first U.S. group to launch scientific experiments 25 years ago on the Soviet space station
Hutch News - December 18, 2014
Shredding the X chromosome: Wiping out female malaria-bearing mosquitos could halt disease

Shredding the X chromosome: Wiping out female malaria-bearing mosquitos could halt disease

Scientists genetically modify mosquito responsible for spreading malaria so bugs produce mostly male offspring
Hutch News - June 27, 2014
Last Modified, April 02, 2020