Cepia in the News
Bee venom could be key to killing HIV, says the J. Russell Hornsby Professor of Biomedical Sciences
Bee venom contains a potent toxin called melittin that can poke holes in the protective envelope that surrounds HIV, and other viruses. Large amounts of free melittin can cause a lot of damage. Indeed, in addition to anti-viral therapy, the paper’s senior author, Samuel A. Wickline, MD, the J. Russell Hornsby Professor of Biomedical Sciences, has shown melittin-loaded nanoparticles to be effective in killing tumor cells.
Cepia Donates Toys to the Nation’s Neediest Children
This holiday season, Cepia donated over $50,000 worth of toy product to the Toys for Tots foundation becoming an official corporate donor. Toys for Tots objective is to help less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas and to play an active role in the development of one of our nation's most valuable resources
ZhuZhu Pets® Float to Make It’s 2nd Appearance in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
This Thanksgiving, the magical Zhu-niverse® procession returns to the Big Apple for the 86th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®. Featuring music from the Quest for Zhu™ soundtrack and everyone’s favorite ZhuZhu Pets return to the delight of 3.5 million spectators lining the streets...
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PROFESSOR OF JAMES R. HORNSBY FAMILY CHAIR OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE NAMED
MAGICAL TIMES AT THE MAGIC HOUSE
ENABLING MOTHERS TO HAVE HEALTHY PRE-NATAL CARE
ADVANCING SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY
HELPING FAMILIES WITH AUTISTIC CHILDREN
RANDOM ACTS OF ZHU