Interview with Eric Freed, Editor-in-Chief of Viruses

Dr. Eric Freed, Editor-in-Chief of the journal Viruses, received his Ph.D. in 1990 with Rex Risser and Howard Temin at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he investigated the function of the murine leukemia virus and HIV envelope glycoproteins in membrane fusion and virus entry. He joined Malcolm Martin at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious […]

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Brain Jelly – An Organic, Brain-Like Computer without Circuits or Logic Gates

The human brain is the most powerful computer the world has ever seen. With its 86 billion neurons [1], less than originally thought (~100 billion, a myth of unknown origin [2]), the human brain is still at the top of the list and capable of remarkable feats, not only as far as computing power is […]

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Controlling Sugar Intake: A Platform to Predict Glycosylation for Therapeutic Antibodies

Glycoproteins are formed through protein glycosylation, the post-translational addition and processing of covalently bound oligosaccharide chains. Variations in the glycoform of proteins result from multiple factors in this process, such as enzyme and substrate availability, and these differences can influence the stability and biological function of the protein1.

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Leon Terstappen on Circulating Tumor Cells: Biology and Technology

Tumor metastases cause ninety percent of cancer deaths, and occur when cells detach from a primary tumor and form new malignancies elsewhere. This process involves circulating tumor cells (CTC) which intravasate and extravasate (enter and exit the blood vessels) allowing migration to other parts of the body.

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Paul Tchounwou to Receive the 2013 AAAS Mentor Award

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Board has chosen Paul Tchounwou, Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH), to receive the 2013 AAAS Mentor Award. This award honors extraordinary leadership to increase the participation of underrepresented groups in science and engineering fields and will be presented at the AAAS annual meeting […]

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