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Photo of Asuka Eguchi Designer Switches of Cell Fate Could Streamline Stem Cell Biology

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have developed a novel strategy to reprogram cells from one type to another in a more efficient and less biased manner than previous methods.

Holden Wins Prolific Author Award from Biochemistry Journal

With at least 20 articles published in the journal in the last five years, biochemistry professor Hazel Holden was named a selected highly prolific author by the journal Biochemistry.

Department Virologist Palmenberg Named 2016 AAAS Fellow

Professor of Biochemistry Ann Palmenberg, known for her work in molecular virology, has been elected a 2016 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). She is one of...

Recent Publications

The Transcription Factor Nfatc2 Regulates β-Cell Proliferation and Genes Associated with Type 2 Diabetes in Mouse and Human Islets.
Keller MP, Paul PK, Rabaglia ME, Stapleton DS, Schueler KL, Broman AT, Ye SI, Leng N, Brandon CJ, Neto EC, Plaisier CL, Simonett SP, Kebede MA, Sheynkman GM, Klein MA, Baliga NS, Smith LM, Broman KW, Yandell BS, Kendziorski C, Attie AD
ChemRXiv: A Chemistry Preprint Server.
Kiessling LL, Fernandez LE, Alivisatos AP, Weiss PS
Reprogramming cell fate with a genome-scale library of artificial transcription factors.
Eguchi A, Wleklinski MJ, Spurgat MC, Heiderscheit EA, Kropornicka AS, Vu CK, Bhimsaria D, Swanson SA, Stewart R, Ramanathan P, Kamp TJ, Slukvin I, Thomson JA, Dutton JR, Ansari AZ
Publication of nuclear magnetic resonance experimental data with semantic web technology and the application thereof to biomedical research of proteins.
Yokochi M, Kobayashi N, Ulrich EL, Kinjo AR, Iwata T, Ioannidis YE, Livny M, Markley JL, Nakamura H, Kojima C, Fujiwara T