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Silent sensory neurons

29 July 2014

Scientists from NIMR have found that a previously missed, 'silent' population of neurons in the olfactory bulb may be key in engaging local circuits. The research is published in Nature Neuroscience.

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Mill Hill Lecture Series 2014-2015

24 July 2014

Details of the Mill Hill Lectures for 2014-2015 have been announced.

Chemistry and Biology of Peptides 2014

21 July 2014

The ninth meeting on the Chemistry and Biology of Peptides, organised by John Offer in conjunction with the Royal Society of Chemistry, was held at NIMR on 17 July 2014.

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Cellular messaging – a new approach to treating inflammatory disease?

17 July 2014

Scientists from NIMR have discovered a new form of communication between cells – by sending genetic messages. The work is published in Immunity.

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Organising cell diversity in the spinal cord

16 July 2014

Research by scientists at NIMR reveals how the pattern of different cells in the spinal cord are produced in time and space. The work is published in PLOS Biology.

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A new way to alleviate asthma?

15 July 2014

Research by scientists from NIMR has identified a new therapeutic target against asthma. The work is published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA.

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Segmenting embryos with a Doppler effect

11 July 2014

Research by scientists from NIMR has shown how a Doppler effect contributes to segmentation of the body axis. The work is published in Science.

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The plasmodium phosphatome: novel targets to attack malaria

09 July 2014

Research by scientists from NIMR has helped to identify the roles played by protein phosphatases in the Plasmodium life cycle. The work is published in Cell Host and Microbe.

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Regulating multiple rhythms in the brain

07 July 2014

Research by scientists from NIMR has shown that separate circuits within a brain region control activities on different timescales. The work is published in Nature Neuroscience.

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Anne O’Garra discusses tuberculosis research in MRC Network

07 July 2014

In a feature in MRC Network Anne OGarra explains why tuberculosis is still a major human threat and how a better understanding of the immune response will help improve its management.

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