Risk Variants: Tracing the causes of Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease affects more than one in ten individuals in the United States alone, either due to specific kidney disorders such as focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) or in association with other illnesses such as diabetes, hypertension, lupus, and HIV. Read the story »


Letting Sleeping Micrometastases Lie

By Land or by Sea:
High-Yield Production of a Marine Anti-HIV Protein

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How the Mammary Microenvironment Redirects the Fate of Stem Cells

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New Study Shows Early Response of Colon Cancer to Dietary Change

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View the new 2009 CCR awards

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MYH9 Risk Varients Explain Increased Burden of kidney Disease among African-Americans

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A new Partnership User Program (PUP)

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Staff announcements and new tenure-track scientists at CCR