Identification of progesterone receptor membrane component-1 as an interaction partner and possible regulator of fatty acid 2-hydroxylase
Functional role of highly conserved residues of the N-terminal tail and first transmembrane segment of a P4-ATPase
Restricted HIV-1 Env glycan engagement by lectin-reengineered DAVEI protein chimera is sufficient for lytic inactivation of the virus
Cytosolic carnitine acetyltransferase as a source of cytosolic acetyl-CoA: a possible mechanism for regulation of cardiac energy metabolism
Phosphorylation of BACH1 switches its function from transcription factor to mitotic chromosome regulator and promotes its interaction with HMMR
Metabolic profiling of visceral adipose tissue from obese subjects with or without metabolic syndrome
The human immunodeficiency virus. In this issue of the Biochemical Journal, Parajuli et al. report that restricted the HIV Env (envelope glycoprotein) glycan engagement by a lectin reengineered DAVEI protein chimera is sufficient for virolysis. For details, see pages 931–957.