New work on asthma; UC Berkeley scientists find new cancer drug targets;

> The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has been funding new research on identifying a cellular receptor for rhinovirus C, a cold-causing virus linked to severe asthma attacks. Release

> A discovery by University of California, Berkeley, scientists unveiled a new set of potential cancer drug targets: the RNA intermediaries between DNA and proteins. Release

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