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New data on the regulation of the genetic activity that protects against lung cancer
Scientists at the University of Granada, incollaboration with the universities of Harvard and Yale (United States) have provided new data for a better understanding of the alterations produced during the development of lung cancer, the tumour with the highest yearly death rate in Spain. View News Article (2015-03-03)

Researchers Uncover a Novel Mechanism of Action of a Potential New Drug for the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis
Virginia Commonwealth University researchers have identified a unique mechanism of action of a new drug that shows great promise for the treatment of multiple sclerosis. View News Article (2006-10-12)

Protein's 'hands' enable bacteria to establish infection, research finds
When it comes to infecting humans and animals, bacteria need a helping hand. View News Article (2014-07-16)

Researchers disrupt biochemical system involved in cancer, degenerative disease
Screening a chemical library of 200,000 compounds, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have identified two new classes that can be used to study and possibly manipulate a cellular pathway involved in many types of cancer and degenerative diseases. View News Article (2009-02-02)

What did the scientist say to the sommelier? 'Show me the proof!'
What does lemon pan sauce chicken have to do with biochemistry and molecular biology? If you ask the students in Joseph Provost's class at Minnesota State University Moorhead, they'll tell you that successful execution of the dish requires the Maillard reaction, a chemical process that's responsible for the flavors and colors in a variety of food, including toast and maple syrup.  View News Article (2012-04-23)

Protein linked to development of asthma
Researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) have linked a specific protein to the development of post-viral infection asthma, which is the first step in generating a novel type of asthma therapy designed to prevent development of post-viral asthma in young children.  View News Article (2015-02-23)

How cells dispose of their waste
Defective proteins that are not disposed of by the body can cause diseases such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's. View News Article (2012-01-24)

Call for Nominations for Biochemical Society Awards
Call for Nominations for Biochemical Society Awards Medals and Lectures The Awards Committee of the Biochemical Society is seeking nominations for its Medal Lectures for 2003. These prestigious awards recognise excellence in the fields of biochemistry across different stages of science careers. The following Medallists and Lecturers will be selected during 2002 for award and presentation in 2003:... View News Article (2002-03-06)

New test discovered 
to better predict breast cancer outcomes
Researchers from McGill University's Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre (GCRC), the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI MUHC), the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School have discovered a gene signature that can accurately predict which breast cancer patients are at risk of relapse, thereby sparing those who are not from the burdens... View News Article (2011-01-28)

Professor Bertil Andersson proposed as next ESF Secretary General
Professor Bertil Andersson (born 1948), Professor in Biochemistry and President of Linköping University, Sweden, is set to become the next Secretary General of the European Science Foundation. The ESF Governing Council has recommended the election of Professor Andersson at the next General Assembly, November 2003, as the successor to Professor Enric Banda, whose term of office runs out by... View News Article (2003-05-13)

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