Heart benefits of walnuts likely come from gut
The researcher and the roaches
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Bacterial protein reverses infertility by lowering cholesterol
Researchers reverse infertility in preclinical models by reducing HDL cholesterol with a bacterial virulence protein.
Offensive strategies in the lab
A love of football inspired this Iowa State undergrad’s food preservation research.
Lighting the way to undergraduate research
A team at Albion College is working on light-activated pharmaceuticals to target cancer and minimize damage to healthy cells.
National Academies report calls for antiracist reforms
Institutions must make significant, structural changes, the authors say.
Taking a first bite of biochemistry
The SMART Team program, launched two decades ago by an ASBMB member, can propel high school students toward science careers.
ASBMB cautions against drastic immigration fee increases
The USCIS proposed increasing its filing fees for employment-based visas by up to 2,050%. The ASBMB said the hike “is likely to harm the retention of highly skilled foreign-born scientific researchers.”
Exploring marine science at the cellular level
Karlie Tischendorf, a senior at Purdue University, is scheduled to present her research on stingray venom at Discover BMB.
In memoriam: Christine Guthrie
She was a pioneer in RNA biology, a leader in the pre-mRNA splicing field and member of the ASBMB for almost 40 years.
Assessing the risk of excess folic acid intake
DNA repair genes were significantly hypermethylated in mice fed a lot of it, a Baylor team reports.
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ASBMB supports bill to lower cost of federal student loans
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