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Serotonin receptor bound to ergotamine.

June 1, 2018

  • NIH Observes Take Your Child to Work Day

    Where can you tour a pathology lab, learn how to draw blood, visit live birds and reptiles and observe smoking’s effects on the respiratory system? Oh, and drag adults toward the candy shop and knock on office doors then run, too?
  • Heen Discusses Art of Receiving Feedback Well

    A little gratitude would be nice. Instead, the draft you meticulously labored over comes back fully revised and your face turns redder than the ink on the page. It can be tough receiving negative feedback, but is some of it perhaps valuable?
  • Patients with Rare Genetic Mutation Lead to Insights on Touch, Pain

    The medical staff of two clinics, co-sponsored by NIH for children with rare or undiagnosed neuromuscular disorders, had a mystery on their hands.
  • Mellman Optimistic About Cancer Immunotherapy

    Dr. Ira Mellman, vice president for cancer immunology at Genentech, Inc., had just come back from the American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting in Chicago when he gave a Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Apr. 18 in Masur Auditorium.
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