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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
12 NEW November 21, 2022
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 Spotlight - November 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 Spotlight - September 19, 2022
A Passport to Cross-species Transmission

A Passport to Cross-species Transmission

From the Emerman Lab, Human Biology Division
Science Spotlight - October 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 Spotlight - October 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 Spotlight - May 18, 2020
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 Spotlight - January 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 Spotlight - August 20, 2018
Unraveling the viral entry blocking machinery

Unraveling the viral entry blocking machinery

From the Emerman lab, Human Biology Division
Science Spotlight - May 21, 2018
A gene variant may naturally protect against lentiviruses

A gene variant may naturally protect against lentiviruses

From the Emerman Lab (Human Biology, Basic Sciences)
Science Spotlight - November 21, 2016
Conserved functions of HIV proteins can be revealing

Conserved functions of HIV proteins can be revealing

From the Emerman Lab (Human Biology Division)
Science Spotlight - November 21, 2016
Last Modified, April 02, 2020