In a new study published in Nature Metabolism, the Puigserver Lab uses a novel chemical screening platform to identify a series of antibiotics that rescue cell death and inflammation caused by human mitochondrial disease mutations.
In a new study published in Nature Communications, the Rapoport Lab shows that REEPs form homodimers and use their amphipathic helix and trans-membrane segments to generate high membrane curvature that can even lead to the formation of lipoprotein particles.
Congratulations to Drs. Nataliia Serbyn and Bojan Milic of the Pellman lab for receiving postdoctoral fellowships! Dr. Nataliia Serbyn was awarded a Swiss National Foundation Fellowship, and Dr. Bojan Milic was awarded a Helen Hay Whitney fellowship.