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Working proteins make good use of frustration

Rice University, Buenos Aires, Heidelberg labs show enzymes need multiple levels of frustration to function

February 12, 2019
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Toni Cotton is the new chief nursing officer (CNO) for Harris Health System’s Ambulatory Care Services, the primary and outpatient care arm of the safety-net healthcare system providing more than 2 million patient visits annually. https://t.co/rpJPUJ3H4Y https://t.co/NzEanj1mo1

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Why #melanoma survivor Ben Sanders encourages #cancer patients to talk to others about their experience: https://t.co/1LXJNrZA61 #melcsm #endcancer

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The Battle of Iwo Jima began 74 years ago on Feb. 19, 1945, as thousands of Marines landed on a beach of volcanic ash in the Pacific. Medal of Honor recipient Woody Williams recalls the battle (Part 1/6) @WoodyWilliams45 @USMC @USNavy #HonoringVets https://t.co/ooeYWtwu2l

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@ThyrzaWarrior Agradecemos sus cordiales saludos.

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After multiple misdiagnoses, Thomas Suchyta was diagnosed with a rare blood disorder called POEMS syndrome and regained mobility under the care of MD Anderson specialists: https://t.co/POOonVpmUb #endcancer https://t.co/vOObHFDtwX

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Harris Health System

Harris Health System

Toni Cotton is the new chief nursing officer (CNO) for Harris Health System’s Ambulatory Care Services, the primary and outpatient care arm of the safety-net healthcare system providing more than 2 million patient visits annually to residents of Harris County through its network health centers, school-based clinics, homeless shelters and specialty facilities. Her leadership philosophy calls for being a servant leader with integrity. She wants to build on Harris Health’s values of commitment, collaboration and relationship building for the entire team. Cotton plans to lead by example and nurture the next generation of nurses and nursing leadership, while promoting a holistic patient-care approach.

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Rice University

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RT @RiceHumanities: Einstein and Picasso walk into a bar in 1904… come see what happens next in Steve Martin’s absurdist comedy, “Picasso a…

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RT @RiceEngineering: At @RiceUniversity, our engineering faculty and students are inventing ways to cure diseases, discovering new material…

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RT @KPRC2: Dr. Charletta Guillory is the director of the Neonatal-Perinatal Public Health Program at @TexasChildrens. Listen to her story o…

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RT @RiceKinderInst: How are young adults' housing moves affecting neighborhood diversity? A new study's results "reflect the transitional n…

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