Cooper receives two NIH grants to study rare genetic disease 

Cooper receives two NIH grants to study rare genetic disease 

Jonathan D. Cooper,  a professor at the School of Medicine, received two grants totaling nearly $2.6 million over five years from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study enzyme replacement therapy as a possible treatment for CLN1, a rare genetic disease that is fatal in children. 
Interfaces play important role in condensate behavior

Interfaces play important role in condensate behavior

A team of researchers, led by Rohit Pappu at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, focused on defining the features of condensate boundaries. They found that within condensates — molecular communities that make up the building blocks of life — the molecules’ organization resembles the hub-and-spoke structure of airports.
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