1. New Tissue Atlas Shows Protein Distribution within the Human Body

    The preliminary mapping of The Human Protein Atlas project’s first detailed protein expression map was unveiled this week in Stockholm. This map, for the first time, includes a detailed display of systemic proteins, meaning of specific origin throughout the human body, with millions of high-resolution photographs showing the spatial distributions of proteins and their area of operation.
  2. Genomics and Cancer: The Search for a Cure

    Over the past two decades, dramatic progress has been made in many areas of medicine where hope once seemed out of reach. An infectious disease like HIV, considered intractable in the 1990s, is now controllable with anti-retroviral therapy; and the right combination of antibiotics can similarly control many difficult bacterial infections.

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