ACAD
36.045
-2.315
-6.035%
AEMD
0.196
-0.01
-4.6341%
APRI
1.62
+0.01
+0.62%
ARNA
4.22
-0.27
-6.01%
ATEC
1.41
0.00
0.00%
CNAT
6.35
-0.31
-4.65%
CRXM
0.415
+0.061
+17.397%
CYTX
0.915
-0.07
-7.107%
DXCM
67.56
-1.87
-2.69%
GNMK
10.35
-0.34
-3.18%
HALO
15.78
-1.08
-6.41%
ILMN
183.71
-5.88
-3.10%
INNV
0.145
0.00
0.00%
INO
10.055
-0.295
-2.850%
ISCO
0.074
-0.001
-0.6757%
ISIS
62.02
-4.35
-6.55%
LGND
87.3
-2.45
-2.73%
LPTN
2.23
0.00
0.00%
MBVX
3.17
-0.19
-5.65%
MEIP
2.07
-0.09
-4.17%
MNOV
3.76
-0.33
-8.07%
MRTX
26.98
-0.89
-3.19%
MSTX
0.476
-0.014
-2.857%
NBIX
39.5
-3.87
-8.92%
NUVA
43.36
-0.63
-1.43%
ONCS
0.291
+0.023
+8.582%
ONVO
4.87
-0.32
-6.17%
OREX
6.95
-0.41
-5.57%
OTIC
28.58
-3.22
-10.13%
QDEL
23.41
+0.03
+0.13%
RCPT
156.22
-13.66
-8.04%
RGLS
14.59
-2.9
-16.58%
RMD
64.55
-1.15
-1.75%
SCIE
0.019
-0.007
-27.95367%
SPHS
0.75
-0.05
-6.24%
SRNE
9.36
-1.16
-11.03%
TROV
8.27
-0.53
-6.02%
VICL
0.96
-0.05
-4.48%
VOLC
17.99
0.00
0.00%
ZGNX
1.41
-0.13
-8.44%
ACAD
36.045
-2.315
-6.035%
AEMD
0.196
-0.01
-4.6341%
APRI
1.62
+0.01
+0.62%
ARNA
4.22
-0.27
-6.01%
ATEC
1.41
0.00
0.00%
CNAT
6.35
-0.31
-4.65%
CRXM
0.415
+0.061
+17.397%
CYTX
0.915
-0.07
-7.107%
DXCM
67.56
-1.87
-2.69%
GNMK
10.35
-0.34
-3.18%
HALO
15.78
-1.08
-6.41%
ILMN
183.71
-5.88
-3.10%
INNV
0.145
0.00
0.00%
INO
10.055
-0.295
-2.850%
ISCO
0.074
-0.001
-0.6757%
ISIS
62.02
-4.35
-6.55%
LGND
87.3
-2.45
-2.73%
LPTN
2.23
0.00
0.00%
MBVX
3.17
-0.19
-5.65%
MEIP
2.07
-0.09
-4.17%
MNOV
3.76
-0.33
-8.07%
MRTX
26.98
-0.89
-3.19%
MSTX
0.476
-0.014
-2.857%
NBIX
39.5
-3.87
-8.92%
NUVA
43.36
-0.63
-1.43%
ONCS
0.291
+0.023
+8.582%
ONVO
4.87
-0.32
-6.17%
OREX
6.95
-0.41
-5.57%
OTIC
28.58
-3.22
-10.13%
QDEL
23.41
+0.03
+0.13%
RCPT
156.22
-13.66
-8.04%
RGLS
14.59
-2.9
-16.58%
RMD
64.55
-1.15
-1.75%
SCIE
0.019
-0.007
-27.95367%
SPHS
0.75
-0.05
-6.24%
SRNE
9.36
-1.16
-11.03%
TROV
8.27
-0.53
-6.02%
VICL
0.96
-0.05
-4.48%
VOLC
17.99
0.00
0.00%
ZGNX
1.41
-0.13
-8.44%
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Molecular Link between Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes Reveals Potential Therapy

February 23, 2015 – 11:33 am

Researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have discovered that the inflammatory molecule LTB4 promotes insulin resistance, a first step in developing type 2 diabetes. What’s more, the team found that genetically removing the cell receptor that responds to LTB4, or blocking it with a drug, improves insulin sensitivity in obese mice. The study is published Feb. 23 by Nature Medicine.

UC San Diego Unveils New Black Legacy Mural

February 19, 2015 – 7:00 am

From Harriet Tubman to Nelson Mandela and Angela Davis, UC San Diego’s newest public artwork portrays more than two dozen historical figures and national leaders, as well as several UC San Diego alumni and professors. Unveiled at the Price Center on Feb. 11, the Black Legacy Mural was created by San Diego artist Andrea Rushing to honor the contributions of black leaders throughout history and promote a sense of belonging among current and future students.

UC San Diego Unveils New Black Legacy Mural

February 19, 2015 – 7:00 am

From Harriet Tubman to Nelson Mandela and Angela Davis, UC San Diego’s newest public artwork portrays more than two dozen historical figures and national leaders, as well as several UC San Diego alumni and professors. Unveiled at the Price Center on Feb. 11, the Black Legacy Mural was created by San Diego artist Andrea Rushing to honor the contributions of black leaders throughout history and promote a sense of belonging among current and future students.

UC San Diego Unveils New Black Legacy Mural

February 19, 2015 – 7:00 am

From Harriet Tubman to Nelson Mandela and Angela Davis, UC San Diego’s newest public artwork portrays more than two dozen historical figures and national leaders, as well as several UC San Diego alumni and professors. Unveiled at the Price Center on Feb. 11, the Black Legacy Mural was created by San Diego artist Andrea Rushing to honor the contributions of black leaders throughout history and promote a sense of belonging among current and future students.

Autism Genes Activate During Fetal Brain Development

February 18, 2015 – 10:50 am

Scientists at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have found that mutations that cause autism in children are connected to a pathway that regulates brain development.

Autism Genes Activate During Fetal Brain Development

February 18, 2015 – 10:50 am

Scientists at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have found that mutations that cause autism in children are connected to a pathway that regulates brain development.

Autism Genes Activate During Fetal Brain Development

February 18, 2015 – 10:50 am

Scientists at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have found that mutations that cause autism in children are connected to a pathway that regulates brain development.

The Power of Partnerships

February 12, 2015 – 7:00 am

A 10th-grader struggling with algebra, a teen from a military family, a high school student contemplating college and a homeless youth finding stability in the classroom—these are just a few examples of the local, underserved students who are paired with UC San Diego undergraduate tutors through numerous initiatives. These programs, led by the department of education studies, the campus’s undergraduate colleges and others, allow UC San Diego students to serve as tutors, mentors and positive role models. Yet, the undergraduates often find they learn just as much from their young partners.

The Power of Partnerships

February 12, 2015 – 7:00 am

A 10th-grader struggling with algebra, a teen from a military family, a high school student contemplating college and a homeless youth finding stability in the classroom—these are just a few examples of the local, underserved students who are paired with UC San Diego undergraduate tutors through numerous initiatives. These programs, led by the department of education studies, the campus’s undergraduate colleges and others, allow UC San Diego students to serve as tutors, mentors and positive role models. Yet, the undergraduates often find they learn just as much from their young partners.

The Power of Partnerships

February 12, 2015 – 7:00 am

A 10th-grader struggling with algebra, a teen from a military family, a high school student contemplating college and a homeless youth finding stability in the classroom—these are just a few examples of the local, underserved students who are paired with UC San Diego undergraduate tutors through numerous initiatives. These programs, led by the department of education studies, the campus’s undergraduate colleges and others, allow UC San Diego students to serve as tutors, mentors and positive role models. Yet, the undergraduates often find they learn just as much from their young partners.