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Researchers identify a protein that may help SARS-CoV-2 spread rapidly through cells

Researchers found that the nucleocapsid protein in the SARS-CoV-2 virus may be associated with packaging of viral RNA and may reduce an infected cell’s anti-viral stress response.

If not you, then who? How Ph.D. student Amanda Koch uses science to influence policy

Koch has been at the forefront of policy since the 2016 elections. Despite the challenge of political activism, she recognized a need to bridge the political and scientific worlds, and she attempted to fill it.

CSU research capabilities and possibilities expand with new Analytical Resources Core facility

Three CSU facilities merge to create the new ARC under the Office of the Vice President for Research

Biochemists unveil molecular mechanism for motor protein regulation, insights into severe brain diseases

Researchers have revealed exactly how a particular gene activates the motor protein dynein.

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