May 2010
 

[JBC] A New Trick for G-alpha-q


G-alpha-q Acts as an Adaptor Protein in Pkc-zeta-mediated ERK5 Activation by GPCR

Garlota Garcia-Hoz, Guzmán Sánchez-Fernández, Maria Teresa Díaz-Meco, Jorge Moscat, Federico Mayor and Catalina Ribas

J. Biol. Chem., published online March 3, 2010
 

[JBC] Viral Inactivation at Work


A Structural Model for Deoxycytidine Deamination Mechanisms of the HIV-1 Inactivation Enzyme APOBEC3G

Linda Chelico, Courtney Prochnow, Dorothy A. Erie, Xiaojiang S. Chen and Myron F. Goodman

J. Biol. Chem., published online March 8, 2010
 

[JLR] Balancing the Saturation


Role of Fatty Acid Elongases in Determination of De Novo Synthesized Monounsaturated Fatty Acid Species

Christopher D. Green, Cansel G. Ozguden-Akkoc, Yun Wang, Donald B. Jump, and Lawrence Karl Olson

J. Lipid Res., published online March 12, 2010
 

[MCP] An Estrogen-Actin Network


Identification of a Hormone-regulated Dynamic Nuclear Actin Network Associated with Estrogen Receptor a in Human Breast Cancer Cell Nuclei

Concetta Ambrosino, Roberta Tarallo, Angela Bamundo, Danila Cuomo1, Gianluigi Franci, Giovanni Nassa, Ornella Paris, Maria Ravo, Alfonso Giovane, Nicola Zambrano, Tatiana Lepikhova, Olli A. Jänne, Marc Baumann, Tuula A. Nyman, Luigi Cicatiello and Alessandro Weisz

Mol. Cell. Proteomics, published online March 22, 2010
 

A Holistic Approach to Math and Science Education


Minority AffairsBY SAPHRONIA R. JOHNSON 

Are there ways to enhance math and science educational experiences for K-12 students to ensure that there is a pipeline for the future STEM workforce, while simultaneously addressing the knowledge, interests and needs of their parents, their educators and the community at large? Yes, there are.

 

JBC in the Classroom


Education-iconBY ELLIS BELL 

The challenges facing education in the molecular life sciences have been well documented. For a number of years, the biology community has advocated using primary literature, and much has been written about the effectiveness of journal clubs or literature-based courses. These courses are ideal for teaching both fundamentals and skills necessary for a major in biochemistry, molecular biology or biophysics.

 

One in a Land of 1,338,612,968


Career-Insights-iconBY ANDREA STITH 

I am the only foreigner and native English speaker in my department and the first foreigner hired as an employee of my university. I also am one of 100,000+ expatriates living in Shanghai, a city of 16 million. And, I am still amazed, despite my many experiences in expansive and intimidating crowds, that I am living and working in a country with more than one billion people.

 

Role of Skin Stearoyl-CoA Desaturase in Regulating Obesity


lipid-iconBY JAMES M. NTAMBI 

Obesity has reached epidemic proportions globally and is a major contributor to the global burden of chronic disease and disability. The microsomal enzyme stearoyl-CoA desaturase-1 (SCD1) is a critical control point in the development of metabolic diseases, including obesity and insulin resistance.

 

The Meeting Doesn’t Stop in Anaheim


Meetings-iconBY JLYNN J. FRAZIER

We are all familiar with the pre-meeting preparations and on-site meeting opportunities at the annual meeting, but, what happens after Anaheim? The resources below can help you make the most of your meeting experience long after the meeting’s conclusion.

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