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Scripps Research Scientists Expand Knowledge of Cell Process Involved in Many Diseases


August 16, 2011

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As part of a joint research effort with the University of Michigan, scientists from the Florida campus of the Scripps Research Institute have for the first time, defined the structure of one of the cell's most basic engines, which is required for cell growth, as it assembles from its components. Full Story

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