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Like snowflakes, no two cells are alike

Like snowflakes, no two cells are alike

Study shows that differences in cells’ ability to turn genes into proteins change how mutations manifest; offers insights into disease risk
Hutch News - January 17, 2020
CRISPR-based tool solves genetic mystery 80 million years in the making

CRISPR-based tool solves genetic mystery 80 million years in the making

Certain DNA sequences haven’t evolved since humans and mice diverged. But why?
Hutch News - January 07, 2020
Actin gone wild

Actin gone wild

From the Malik lab, Basic Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - December 16, 2019
Worms taste bitterness

Worms taste bitterness

From the Bai lab, Basic Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - December 16, 2019
Fred Hutch paleovirologist elected AAAS fellow

Fred Hutch paleovirologist elected AAAS fellow

American Association for the Advancement of Science honors Dr. Harmit Malik for applying evolutionary theories of genetic conflict to new biological processes
Hutch News - November 26, 2019
They stumble that run fast

They stumble that run fast

From the Subramaniam lab, Basic Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - November 18, 2019
My mutation is different from yours

My mutation is different from yours

From the Bloom lab, Basic Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - October 21, 2019
MYC can’t cause havoc in B cells without MAX

MYC can’t cause havoc in B cells without MAX

From the Eisenman lab, Basic Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - October 21, 2019
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 News - October 01, 2019
The inner workings of a pioneer factor

The inner workings of a pioneer factor

From the Henikoff lab, Basic Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - September 16, 2019
DUX4 rears its head in cancers to fend off the immune system

DUX4 rears its head in cancers to fend off the immune system

From the Bradley and Tapscott labs, Public Health Sciences, Basic Sciences, and Human Biology Divisions
Science Spotlight - September 16, 2019
New type of viral anti-CRISPR found in human microbiome

New type of viral anti-CRISPR found in human microbiome

Protein used by viruses to combat DNA-snipping action of bacteria's CRISPR immune system
Hutch News - September 12, 2019
Why does flu make some people sick, but not others?

Why does flu make some people sick, but not others?

New study points to single mutations that allow flu to slip past immune system of some people, but not others
Hutch News - August 27, 2019
The quest for the perfect community

The quest for the perfect community

From the Shou lab, Basic Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - August 19, 2019
Last Modified, August 15, 2019