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Lipid News
Himani Dey, Abdur Rahaman
Sept. 22, 2021
A study found that a nuclear envelope-localized protein depends on cardiolipin for translocation to its target membrane.
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Noboru Sueoka (1929 – 2021)
Retrospective

Noboru Sueoka (1929 – 2021)

Sept. 13, 2021

Sueoka made widely known contributions to our understanding of DNA replication. Indeed, he coined the term “origin of replication.”

From CRISPR to glowing proteins to optogenetics
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From CRISPR to glowing proteins to optogenetics

Sept. 12, 2021

Three pioneering technologies have forever altered how researchers do their work and promise to revolutionize medicine, from correcting genetic disorders to treating degenerative brain diseases.

Lobsters hold the secret of a long, cancer-free life in their genes
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Lobsters hold the secret of a long, cancer-free life in their genes

Sept. 11, 2021

More than a mere delicacy, the humble lobster could teach us a lot about healthy aging.

Personal chemistry: Proteomics tackles privacy concerns
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Personal chemistry: Proteomics tackles privacy concerns

Sept. 9, 2021

Sharing raw data is an important norm for the proteomics community. But as clinical studies become more detailed, researchers may need to clamp down to protect patient privacy.

Blood Cancer Awareness Month 2021
Health Observance

Blood Cancer Awareness Month 2021

Sept. 8, 2021

Take some time to learn more about a cancer that affects someone in the U.S. every three minutes.

How poison ivy works
Science Communication

How poison ivy works

Sept. 8, 2021

Your body goes through a complex identification and reaction process.

Feature

Nautilus founder unspirals a new approach to proteomics

Parag Mallick may be trying to launch a competing proteomics technique, but you won’t catch him badmouthing mass spectrometers.
Nautilus founder unspirals a new approach to proteomics

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From the journals: JLR
Journal News

From the journals: JLR

Sept. 7, 2021

A check that might be key to brain health. A deletion that reveals more than meets the eye. The role of cholesterol between cells.

Scientists have revised the recipe for the first gene and the origin of life
News

Scientists have revised the recipe for the first gene and the origin of life

Sept. 5, 2021

Research finds that arabinonucleic acids accelerate RNA formation, making the RNA world hypothesis more plausible.

There’s something in the water, and it’s killing America’s national bird
News

There’s something in the water, and it’s killing America’s national bird

Sept. 4, 2021

Cyanobacteria from the leaves of aquatic plants are eating away at eagles’ brains.

From the journals: MCP
Journal News

From the journals: MCP

Sept. 2, 2021

Discovering drugs in deadly venom. Improving transplant outcomes with better storage. Linking mannose glycosylation to eye development.

Cholesterol Education Month 2021
Health Observance

Cholesterol Education Month 2021

Sept. 1, 2021

Research highlights: genes, bears and bugs (of the viral variety).

Protein aggregation — defective or protective?
Journal News

Protein aggregation — defective or protective?

Aug. 31, 2021

In a recent study from the Journal of Lipid Research, scientists demonstrate that a protein linked to Alzheimer’s disease risk may protect and heal our skin.

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