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After a long break, Chris has just written a new science blog post, kicking off a new series for BenchFly. These blogs are by no means specialized, but are written for a broad audience with interest in the biological sciences. This new blog post focuses on the research Chris has been involved with over the … Continue reading Back to BenchFly

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“… but you don’t have to take MY word for it!”

While it is possible to prove one's skill by listing the number of peer-reviewed articles they have published, non-refereed articles they have written, or students they have taught, the undisputed best proof is to receive positive testimonials from past colleagues, students, mentees, and readers. Chris offers his most humble thanks to those who have lent … Continue reading “… but you don’t have to take MY word for it!”

Make Up Your Mind! When Phosphorylation Turns Enzymes “ON” or “OFF”

In his latest BenchFly article, Chris describes how protein phosphorylation differs from the simplistic textbook concepts that we're often taught. Thinking back to a 2nd year biochemistry course, we can recall examples of how phosphorylation might turn an enzyme on, or turn enzymes off. But what happens in instances where phosphorylation at one site might … Continue reading Make Up Your Mind! When Phosphorylation Turns Enzymes “ON” or “OFF”