Leading UW Medicine and Fred Hutch scientists in microbiology, biochemistry and genome sciences are among the new members.
Cryoelectron microscopy studies of Nipah and Hendra viruses may lead to ideas for vaccine design and antibody treatments.
Technique allows researchers to toggle on individual genes that regulate cell growth, development and function.
The antibody closely mimics the binding site that the SARS-CoV-2 virus uses to infect cells, and seemingly thwarts invasion via mutation.
A neural network trained exclusively to predict protein shapes can also generate new ones.
Approach seeks to expand understanding of biochemical activities common to all animals, plants and fungi
Molecular research uncovers how these SARS-CoV-2 variants can erode vaccine immunity.
A UW Medicine coronavirus scientist and two computational biologists at Fred Hutch are joining the HHMI research community.
Fischer shared the 1992 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with UW School of Medicine colleague Edwin Krebs for discovering a fundamental biological switch in cells.
Data on rare human antibody against several related viruses might aid design of broadly protective beta-coronavirus vaccine.