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Keith Brannon
Feb. 4, 2023
“The tumor completely changes after chemotherapy treatment into this thing that is essentially built to block the immune system,” study author James Jackson of Tulane University said.
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Engelking seeks to balance research and medicine
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Engelking seeks to balance research and medicine

Jan. 19, 2023

Luke Engelking, a Journal of Lipid Research junior associate editor, will discuss his work during the JLR Spotlight Session at Discover BMB 2023.

Schreiber chanced upon a safe harbor in science
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Schreiber chanced upon a safe harbor in science

Jan. 18, 2023

Renate Schreiber, a Journal of Lipid Research junior associate editor, will discuss her work during the JLR Spotlight Session at Discover BMB 2023.

Airola seeks the secrets of lipid-modifying enzymes
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Airola seeks the secrets of lipid-modifying enzymes

Jan. 18, 2023

Michael Airola, a Journal of Lipid Research junior associate editor, will discuss his work during the JLR Spotlight Session at Discover BMB.

From the journals: MCP
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From the journals: MCP

Jan. 13, 2023

Why are two cancer drugs better than one? The glycome’s role in a malignancy. Where immunopeptidomics is going. Read about articles on these topics recently published in the journal Molecular & Cellular Proteomics.

From the journals: JLR
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From the journals: JLR

Jan. 10, 2023

A molecule to recycle LDL. Reviewing sortilin’s role in disease. New mice help track PLD expression. Read about papers on these topics published recently in the Journal of Lipid Research.

First complete structures of plant respiratory proteins
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First complete structures of plant respiratory proteins

Jan. 8, 2023

UC Davis plant biologists have resolved the structure of proteins vital to energy production in mung beans. Understanding these proteins gives insight into basic plant biology, stress responses, and potential crop improvement.

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Structural insights reveal how SPOP protein contributes to cancer

St. Jude team publishes the first 3D structure of the entire assembly.
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From the journals: JBC
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From the journals: JBC

Jan. 5, 2023

A combined strategy to fight cancer growth. Polymorphisms dictate prion pathogenesis. An oxidative switch of chaperone activity. Read about papers on these topics published recently in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.

How a fish pathogen outwits antibiotic stress
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How a fish pathogen outwits antibiotic stress

Jan. 3, 2023

Scientists have discovered a dynamic and reversible antibiotic resistance mechanism while studying a common bacterium.

Key metabolic regulators of drug resistance in pancreatic cancer
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Key metabolic regulators of drug resistance in pancreatic cancer

Jan. 1, 2023

“Understanding that there are adaptations within multiple pathways of cancer cells enables us to focus on new drugs that can combat drug resistance,” corresponding author Robert M. Straubinge said.

What’s your interest?
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What’s your interest?

Dec. 30, 2022

Interest group sessions at Discover BMB 2023 in Seattle will bring together attendees with similar scientific and pedagogical interests to share their recent findings, exchange ideas and establish connections.

Lipoprotein(a): Silent killer or crystal ball?
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Lipoprotein(a): Silent killer or crystal ball?

Dec. 27, 2022

High levels of this lipid transporter accelerate the buildup of cholesterol on artery walls, increasing a person’s risk for sudden reduced blood flow.

The vital crosstalk between breath and brain
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The vital crosstalk between breath and brain

Dec. 22, 2022

The rhythm of respiration influences a wide range of behaviors, as well as cognition and emotion. Neuroscientists are piecing together how it all works.

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