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Immunotherapies linked to specific heart complications

Nov. 16, 2018—In the first large-scale analysis of cardiovascular complications linked to immune checkpoint inhibitors, Vanderbilt researchers have identified several of the conditions that arise and have determined that they usually appear early in treatment.

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Team’s findings show glutamine metabolism affects T cell signaling

Nov. 1, 2018—Jeffrey Rathmell and colleagues show that a drug that inhibits glutamine metabolism — currently in clinical trials as an anticancer agent — might also be useful as a treatment for inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.

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Two proteins slow down the train of DNA replication in Drosophila

Oct. 29, 2018—This work was the foundation for an NSF grant to interrogate how the Rif1 protein controls DNA replication.

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Studying cellular deliveries

Oct. 26, 2018—James Patton and colleagues have demonstrated how colon cancer cells transmit genetic data to other cells.

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Probing the pathology of impaired cognition

Oct. 26, 2018—A new link between a support protein within the brain's white matter and known Alzheimer's biomarkers discovered by Angela Jefferson and colleagues bring researchers a step toward earlier and more precise detection of neuropathology underlying cognitive impairment that may lead to new targeted therapies

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Targeting diabetic kidney disease

Oct. 16, 2018—Raymond Harris, Ming-Zhi Zhang and colleagues suggest pathways activated by the epidermal growth factor receptor may be promising targets for treating diabetic kidney disease.

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Asthma’s androgen connection

Oct. 16, 2018—New findings by Dawn Newcomb and colleagues suggest an explanation for why women are more prone to asthma than men.

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Cellular stress defense

Oct. 16, 2018—Research led by Sanjay Mishra, and colleagues suggests modular sHSP architecture contributes to the ability of heat-protective proteins to serve as chaperones for a range of unfolded proteins.

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Novel genetic study sheds new light on risk of heart attack

Oct. 11, 2018—Loss of a protein that regulates mitochondrial function can greatly increase the risk of a heart attack, report Eric Gamazon, Sandra Zinkel and graduate students Christie Salisbury-Ruf and Clinton Bertram in new research.

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Team’s study reveals hidden lives of medical biomarkers

Oct. 11, 2018—The hidden lives of medical biomarkers are the focus of a recent study in Nature Communications by Jonathan Mosley.

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Laurie Cutting, Vanderbilt educational neuroscientist, honored with NIH Merit Award

Oct. 5, 2018—Patricia and Rodes Hart Professor of Special Education Laurie Cutting has received a $3 million NIH Merit Award from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.

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Gordon receives $2.3 million NIH Director’s New Innovator Award

Oct. 4, 2018—Reyna Gordon has received a NIH Director’s New Innovator Award of $2.3 million for her project, “Biomarkers of Rhythmic Communication: Integrating Foundational and Translational Approaches.”

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