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NIEHS workshop focused on how toxicants can interact with vesicles that enable communication among cells, providing early signs of disease.
Tania Baker, Ph.D., described her efforts to characterize specialized proteins called AAA+ ATPases, which unfold and remodel other proteins.
NIEHS epidemiologist Alexandra White, Ph.D., conducts research with potential for significant public health impact.
Experts at federal meeting stressed importance of human relevance and clear communication.