- 2015 ASBMB Annual Meeting abstract submission site is open! Submit before November 6th for travel award and short talk consideration!
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- ASBMB Undergraduate Affiliate Network (UAN) student chapter renewals begin September 1, 2014.
A Note on Scientific EthicsSeptember 18, 2014 -- The Substrate, the Undergraduate Affiliate Network's blog, examines ethical questions in research and what may be learned from the past. Learn more. ASBMB Accreditation 101
September 9, 2014 -- What does ASBMB accreditation mean for your department or program? What are the requirements for accreditation? What are the application procedures? How will ASBMB accreditation benefit your program and students? More...
JBC Thematic Minireview Series - Metals in Biology 2014
September 2, 2014 — This thematic series addresses the issue of why certain metals are used by particular enzymes, as well as the consequences of using the wrong metal. The first Minireview in the series deals with general aspects of metal specificity, and the next two deal with specific cases, the enzyme ribonucleotide reductase and iron/manganese homeostasis in the bacterium Bacillus subtilis. The fourth discusses with metal selection in oxidative stress, and the final organelles (lysomes) as mediators of metal homeostasis.
Read all of the articles in this series here
JBC Thematic Review Series: Phospholipase D and Cancer
Phospholipase D signaling plays a critical role in cell growth and
proliferation, vesicular trafficking, secretion and endocytosis. Cancer
invasion and metastasis rely heavily on cellular motility, and, as such,
they have put PLD at center stage in cancer research, as outlined in
this Journal of Biological Chemistry minireview series organized by
Julian Gomez-Cambronero and George M. Carman.
ASBMB Members Named HHMI ProfessorsThe Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) announced 15 scientist-educators
who have been named HHMI professors. Each will receive $1 million over
five years "to create activities that integrate their research with
student learning in ways that enhance students' understanding of
science." Forty scientists have been named HHMI professors since the
program began in 2002.
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