‘With advances in mass spectrometry, we can explore terra incognita’
Interview

‘With advances in mass spectrometry, we can explore terra incognita’

By Laurel Oldach
A conversation with Molecular & Cellular Proteomics associate editor Albert Heck, a researcher at Utrecht University.
Annual Meeting

Living in a bubble

This symposium, Protein Machines and Disorder, will be part of #DiscoverBMB 2023.
Living in a bubble

News and Ideas

Keep your friends close and your RNAs closer
Annual Meeting

Keep your friends close and your RNAs closer

Sept. 29, 2022

This symposium, Regulation of RNA, will be part of #DiscoverBMB 2023.

A membrane ATPase without transporter activity
Journal News

A membrane ATPase without transporter activity

Sept. 28, 2022

A classic article in the Journal of Biological Chemistry reflects on Guido Guidotti’s laboratory and the search for CD39.

The era of “smart” organelles
Annual Meeting

The era of “smart” organelles

Sept. 28, 2022

This symposium, Organelles, Mechanisms and Phase Properties of Cellular Quality Control, will be part of #DiscoverBMB 2023.

Lipids, lipids everywhere!
Annual Meeting

Lipids, lipids everywhere!

Sept. 27, 2022

This symposium, Lipid Dynamics and Signals in Membrane and Protein Structure, will be part of #DiscoverBMB 2023.

A target to prevent kidney injury by chemotherapy
Journal News

A target to prevent kidney injury by chemotherapy

Sept. 27, 2022

“Many people don’t realize that the side effects of chemotherapy are not limited to hair loss, diarrhea and nausea.”

Carbohydrates for life,  health and diseases
Annual Meeting

Carbohydrates for life, health and diseases

Sept. 27, 2022

This symposium, Frontiers in Carbohydrate Synthesis and Recognition, will be part of #DiscoverBMB 2023.

Learn, reflect and lead
Annual Meeting

Learn, reflect and lead

Sept. 26, 2022

This symposium, Educational Professional Development, will be part of #DiscoverBMB 2023 in March.

In memoriam: Clark Bublitz
In Memoriam

In memoriam: Clark Bublitz

Sept. 26, 2022

He was a metabolic enzymologist and a member of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology since 1963.

Who has the highest risk of long COVID? It’s complicated
News

Who has the highest risk of long COVID? It’s complicated

Sept. 25, 2022

Sex and age may be risk factors, but researchers are probably missing many others.

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ASBMB releases DEAI statement
Ciearra Smith

Manager of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Programs

"The society will uphold these core values of DEAI across all departments and committees — and support its members in their DEAI efforts at their respective institutions and out in the world," it says. Read More

LGBT+ scientists face location limitations

“I feel like I do not have the freedom to choose where I go,” one scientist said. “To choose where I go, I would have to leave academic research.” Read More

ASBMB recommends boost to NIH base budget
Sarina Neote

Director of Public Affairs

In testimony, the society also made the case for NIGMS funds and sustaining the COBRE and INBRE programs. Read More

The mechanism of the monkeypox antiviral
Laurel Oldach

Science Writer

As monkeypox becomes an international concern, interest grows in tecovirimat; this smallpox drug targets a structural protein that helps wrap the virus in a second lipid bilayer. Read More

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