JLR: Bioengineering a microbial workforce


When researchers at the University of Saskatchewan engineered a yeast to produce high yields of ricinoleic acid, they took a step forward in bioengineering microorganisms for industrial gain. Read about their Journal of Lipid Research paper.

thumb nail

JBC: Structural studies of GRK5


Two recent studies discovered structures for G-protein–coupled receptor kinase 5 that were found to be in agreement. The podcast host for the Journal of Biological Chemistry interviews the authors of the two corresponding papers about their work and what each of their groups will do next.

thumb nail

JBC: Engaging with enzymes


Alexandra Pantos looks at Paul Ortiz de Montellano's recent reflections article in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, in which he reveals a passion for heme, historical fiction and self-renewal.

thumb nail