Get the full scoop on redox signaling — accepted in Chemical Reviews!

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Redox Signaling by Reactive Electrophiles and Oxidants Chemical Reviews (American Chemical Society) —just accepted Saba Parvez#, Marcus J. C. Long#, Jesse Poganik, and Yimon Aye* (#, co-first authors. *, corresponding author) The concept of cell signaling in the context of non-enzyme-assisted protein modifications by reactive electrophilic and oxidative species—broadly known as redox signaling—is a uniquely (...)

We are very excited to welcome Bo Kyoung Kim to join our team at EPFL!

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Bokyoung Kim has joined us as our first PhD student at EPFL! Bokyoung has just completed the Master in Chemical Biology program at the Swiss National Center of Competence in Research (NCCR) Chemical Biology, jointly run by the University of Geneva and EPFL. Welcome Bokyoung!

Translocation in progress!

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Following lab promotion, we are very excited to be moving to join EPFL in the near future ISIC EPFL — home of the Aye Lab Business will be uninterrupted as almost all of the team members are coming along. We are happy to have spent our formative years at Cornell & Weill Cornell Medicine.

Yi et al.’s Rosetta Stone is the Hero image on ACS Central Science

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Yi’s paper was selected to be featured as Hero Image of ACS Central Science More about the contributors: Link to our previous post

Return of the Native? Endogenous lipid signaling electrophiles pass two of the three tests required to be classed as bona fide messengers.

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Our invited contribution — a ‘problems & paradigms’ article — is now available on BioEssays (Wiley) Click here for the Video Abstract (by Jesse) Getting the message? Native reactive electrophiles pass two out of three thresholds to be bona fide signaling mediators Jesse R. Poganik#, Marcus J. C. Long#, and Yimon Aye* (#, co-first authors, (...)