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Translating the Biophysics of Molecular Switches: Signaling Mechanisms and Inhibition of Ras and Rho GTPases- Early Registration and Abstract Deadline April 16 http://ow.ly/vIStT
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Remembering @cwru's Richard Hanson, 1935 – 2014 http://ow.ly/vEilY
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The day has arrived! Join us at 1 pm EDT to discuss what a breast cancer predisposition gene like BRCA1 has to do with skeletal muscle function. Looking forward to having you all.

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The BRCA1 gene has become synonymous with breast cancer. But like most genes, it has a multitude of effects that defy this simplified association. Join us as we discuss the role of BRCA1 in skeletal muscle metabolic function with Journal of Lipid Research author Espen Spangenburg from the University of Maryland.
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What does a breast cancer predisposition gene have to do with skeletal muscle function? Find out at this HOA happening on Wednesday! Join us.
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The BRCA1 gene has become synonymous with breast cancer. But like most genes, it has a multitude of effects that defy this simplified association. Join us as we discuss the role of BRCA1 in skeletal muscle metabolic function with Journal of Lipid Research author Espen Spangenburg from the University of Maryland.
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Researchers discover a critical component of the protein machinery that keeps cells from bursting. +Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay describes how.

http://wildtypes.asbmb.org/2014/04/10/figuring-out-why-cells-dont-burst/

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#Intein -mediated protein splicing raises questions and creates opportunities in fields that range from evolutionary biology, #enzymology and molecular #biophysics to protein design and #biotechnology , as outlined in this minireview series in #JBiolChem .
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Starting in 20 minutes!

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The BRCA1 gene has become synonymous with breast cancer. But like most genes, it has a multitude of effects that defy this simplified association. Join us as we discuss the role of BRCA1 in skeletal muscle metabolic function with Journal of Lipid Research author Espen Spangenburg from the University of Maryland.
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We'll be discussing what a breast cancer predisposition gene, like BRCA1, has to do with skeletal muscle metabolism. Join us tomorrow!

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The BRCA1 gene has become synonymous with breast cancer. But like most genes, it has a multitude of effects that defy this simplified association. Join us as we discuss the role of BRCA1 in skeletal muscle metabolic function with Journal of Lipid Research author Espen Spangenburg from the University of Maryland.
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Discovering biochemist Yellapragada Subbarao: +Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay talks about how unexpectedly a trip to a museum turned out to be enlightening.

http://wildtypes.asbmb.org/2014/03/24/the-indian-american-i-didnt-know-yellapragada-subbarao/

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The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) is a nonprofit scientific and educational organization with over 12,000 members.

Founded in 1906, the Society is based in Rockville, Maryland. The Society's purpose is to advance the science of biochemistry and molecular biology through: