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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
2 NEW Week of April 11, 2021
Careful pruning guides neuron function

Careful pruning guides neuron function

Accessory brain cells called glial cells nibble nerve cells to affect worm memory, behavior — even at the single-cell level
Hutch News - April 06, 2021
Fred Hutch announces 2021 Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Award recipients

Fred Hutch announces 2021 Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Award recipients

Thirteen graduate students selected for prestigious honor in biological sciences
News Releases - March 01, 2021
Fundamental proteins that guide embryo development are co-opted by cancer

Fundamental proteins that guide embryo development are co-opted by cancer

Researchers discover why some critical DNA-packaging proteins called histones evolve rapidly — and may give cancer a boost
Hutch News - February 19, 2021
How to reroute a broken neural circuit

How to reroute a broken neural circuit

Scientists genetically manipulate worms to bypass damaged neurons — and study how the mind perceives the environment
Hutch News - January 19, 2021
Old and slow isn’t always the winning combo for critical genes

Old and slow isn’t always the winning combo for critical genes

New work upends paradigm that young, rapidly evolving genes can’t be essential; highlights importance of 'junk' DNA
Hutch News - November 10, 2020
Oncohistones: A Vicious Cycle

Oncohistones: A Vicious Cycle

From the Henikoff lab, Basic Science Division, and the Olson lab, Clinical Research Division
Science Spotlight - October 19, 2020
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
Study reveals element in blood is part of human — and hibernating squirrel — stress response

Study reveals element in blood is part of human — and hibernating squirrel — stress response

The element iodide’s ability to dampen the harm of stress-induced inflammation points to potential uses in treating traumatic injuries and COVID-19
News Releases - October 01, 2020
Iodine, the secret weapon of hibernating ground squirrels and trauma patients

Iodine, the secret weapon of hibernating ground squirrels and trauma patients

New study reveals rare element’s primordial role in preventing inflammation-induced damage
Hutch News - October 01, 2020
Last Modified, April 02, 2020