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Department Offers Hands-on Workshops to Teach Computer Programs Valuable for Research

Technology is becoming more and more important for the study of biochemistry. Powerful computer programs can help researchers make three-dimensional models of molecules or analyze their data to...

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The Department of Biochemistry and the Department of Biomolecular Chemistry are pleased to invite you to register for the 38th Steenbock Symposium on June 22-June 25, 2017.

Photo of Tucker Carrocci Hoskins Lab Furthers Understanding of Cancer-causing Mutations in the Spliceosome

Human messenger RNA — the intermediate step between DNA and protein — is a bit like a choose-your-own-adventure book. Any book contains chapters arranged to tell a story. However, in a choose-...

Recent Publications

Host Genotype and Gut Microbiome Modulate Insulin Secretion and Diet-Induced Metabolic Phenotypes.
Kreznar JH, Keller MP, Traeger LL, Rabaglia ME, Schueler KL, Stapleton DS, Zhao W, Vivas EI, Yandell BS, Broman AT, Hagenbuch B, Attie AD, Rey FE
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Cross Borders.
Khademhosseini A, Chan WW, Chhowalla M, Glotzer SC, Gogotsi Y, Hafner JH, Hammond PT, Hersam MC, Javey A, Kagan CR, Kotov NA, Lee ST, Li Y, Möhwald H, Mulvaney PA, Nel AE, Parak WJ, Penner RM, Rogach AL, Schaak RE, Stevens MM, Wee AT, Brinker J, Chen X...
Characterization of Acyl-CoA synthetase isoforms in pancreatic beta cells: Gene silencing shows participation of ACSL3 and ACSL4 in insulin secretion.
Ansari IH, Longacre MJ, Stoker SW, Kendrick MA, O'Neill LM, Zitur LJ, Fernandez LA, Ntambi JM, MacDonald MJ
OneDep: Unified wwPDB System for Deposition, Biocuration, and Validation of Macromolecular Structures in the PDB Archive.
Young JY, Westbrook JD, Feng Z, Sala R, Peisach E, Oldfield TJ, Sen S, Gutmanas A, Armstrong DR, Berrisford JM, Chen L, Chen M, Di Costanzo L, Dimitropoulos D, Gao G, Ghosh S, Gore S, Guranovic V, Hendrickx PM, Hudson BP, Igarashi R, Ikegawa Y,...
Class 3 semaphorins are transcriptionally regulated by 1,25(OH)2D3 in osteoblasts.
Ryynänen J, Kriebitzsch C, Meyer MB, Janssens I, Pike JW, Verlinden L, Verstuyf A