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Celebration of Research 2011

A Celebration of Research recognizes the Goodenow Lab

Maureen Goodenow, Ph.D., the Stephany W. Holloway University chair for AIDS Research, was presented with the Basic Science Research Award by Stephen Sugrue, Ph.D.

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Nature Immunology

cASCading specks

Inflammasome-driven inflammation extends into the extracellular space and to neighboring cells through the passive release of specks consisting of the adaptor ASC; this perpetuates the innate immune...

Peroxisomal MAVS activates IRF1-mediated IFN-λ production

Infection with an RNA virus induces the interferons IFN-β and IFN-λ via the adaptor MAVS located in mitochondria, while peroxisomal MAVS selectively activates an IFN-λ response.

Writing well: lowering the barriers to success

It is not enough to be a good scientist. One needs to be a good communicator. When publications are clear and a pleasure to read, they will advance both the field and the authors' reputation.