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Proteomic clues to oocyte development
Researchers in Nanjing, China, have identified functions of critical proteins and pathways for female germ cell maturation.
'I hope that our actions show our members that we are doing our best to support them'
A Q&A with ASBMB Policy Manager Raechel McKinley on the organization’s national-level advocacy for LGBTQIA+ scientists, trainees and students.
Molecular basis for interaction between an essential protein complex and its regulator
Mutations in COPI are associated with multiple human diseases, including cancers and microcephalies.
Calendar of events, awards and opportunities
This week: White House virtual listening sessions about open science.
UTSW researchers discover how food-poisoning bacteria infect the intestines
Findings revealing efficient assembly of virulence machine could lead to development of treatments for diseases caused by gut pathogens.
2023 PROLAB winners named
Ten early-career scientists will receive grants that will allow them to advance their research by working in the labs of collaborators abroad.
'CoA as the central core'
ASBMB meeting on CoA and its derivatives will take place in Wisconsin in August and will feature sessions on metabolism, intracellular cross talk, proteostasis, autophagy and technological advances in mass spectrometry.
Science will suffer
We wondered if laws targeting LGBTQIA+ rights were affecting the career decisions of our members. It wasn’t easy to get answers.
State laws change the landscape for LGBTQIA+ scientists
New legislation in the past 16 months has banned gender affirming care for transgender teens, teaching children about sexual orientation and gender identity, and drag shows.
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Breathing and not breathing
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ASBMB supports bill to lower cost of federal student loans
Science Policy Manager
Society backs legislation to increase Pell grants and make loans more affordable for current and future students. Read More
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