Small bits of RNA can cause a connective tissue cell from human skin to transform into a nerve cell.
HHMI researchers at Stanford have found that they can increase bone mass in mice by tweaking the shape of a regulatory protein.
HHMI researchers harness the power of small molecules and molecular chaperones to prevent buildup of neurotoxic plaques.
HHMI researchers have developed a versatile method for improving binding properties of potential drugs.
Scientists at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute at Columbia University are turning their attention to proteins that might beckon to the correct DNA target within human cells.