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Photo of Mark Meyer, UW–Madison Department of Biochemistry associate scientist and first author on the study Pike Lab Deciphers Final Pieces of Vitamin D Regulatory Pathway

Biochemists at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have deciphered the molecular mechanisms that underpin how the synthesis of the active form of vitamin D is regulated in the kidney, summing up...

Photo of Jacob Karlen, biochemistry undergraduate alum Undergrad Alum's Career Combines Biochemistry, Agriculture

An upbringing on a Wisconsin dairy farm, combined with an interest in biochemistry, led 2008 biochemistry undergraduate alum Jacob Karlen to a career overseeing technology used to chemically...

Ophelia Venturelli, biochemistry assistant professor Venturelli Receives Funding from Army Research Office for Biochemistry of Microbiome

Biochemistry assistant professor Ophelia Venturelli recently received funding for her proposal to the Army Research Office Young Investigator Program.

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The molecular architecture of the yeast spindle pole body core determined by Bayesian integrative modeling.
Viswanath S, Bonomi M, Kim SJ, Klenchin VA, Taylor KC, Yabut KC, Umbreit NT, Van Epps HA, Meehl J, Jones MH, Russel D, Velazquez-Muriel JA, Winey M, Rayment I, Davis TN, Sali A, Muller EG
Arabidopsis SH3P2 is an ubiquitin-binding protein that functions together with ESCRT-I and the deubiquitylating enzyme AMSH3.
Nagel MK, Kalinowska K, Vogel K, Reynolds GD, Wu Z, Anzenberger F, Ichikawa M, Tsutsumi C, Sato MH, Kuster B, Bednarek SY, Isono E
Chemical Pulping Advantages of Zip-lignin Hybrid Poplar.
Zhou S, Runge T, Karlen S, Ralph J, Gonzales-Vigil E, Mansfield S