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Our latest Perspective “The Die is Cast” was selected as an ACS Editors’ Choice article and for the journal Cover Art

The Die is Cast: Precision electrophilic modifications contribute to cellular decision making Peer-reviewed article contributed as part of 2016 ACS CRT Young Investigator Award to Aye Lab This Perspective sets out to critically evaluate the scope of reactive electrophilic small… Continue Reading →

Saba won a 2016 ACS Division of Biological Chemistry Travel Award

Saba Parvez, one of the graduate student founding members of the Aye lab, was selected to receive an ACS BIOL travel award to attend and present at the Fall 2016 ACS National Meeting – we thank the ACS Division of… Continue Reading →

Yiran, Sanjna, Shiv, and Joe are honored by Cornell student awards

  Our lab graduating senior, Yiran Wang, was honored by an ACS Cornell Section Undergraduate Research Award “to recognize accomplishments in the laboratory”. Yiran is a contributing author in two of our lab’s original research manuscripts – one just revised… Continue Reading →

“T-REX On-Demand Redox Targeting” – accepted by Nature Protocols

T-REX On-Demand Redox Targeting in Live Cells (2016) Nature Protocols In Press  (DOI: 10.1038/nprot.2016.114) Saba Parvez#, Marcus J. C. Long#, Hong-Yu Lin+, Yi Zhao+, Joseph A. Haegele, Vanha N. Pham, Dustin K. Lee, and Yimon Aye* #, + These authors… Continue Reading →

“Mode of action of antileukemic drugs cladribine and fludarabine” – accepted by ACS Chemical Biology

Cladribine and Fludarabine Nucleotides Induce Distinct Hexamers Defining a Common Mode of Reversible RNR Inhibition Somsinee Wisitpitthaya¶†, Yi Zhao†, Marcus J. C. Long†, Minxing Li§, Elaine A. Fletcher†, William A. Blessing†, Robert S. Weiss§, and Yimon Aye†,‡*  2016 May ACS… Continue Reading →

We are looking forward to two new undergraduates starting with us this summer: Paul Huang and Aohan Dang. Welcome Paul and Aohan!

 

Vanha won the Thematic Best Poster Award in Chemical Biology at the 2016 ASBMB National Meeting!

“Chemical Biology on Demand and in High-Definition” – our recent Perspective spotlighted in J Am Chem Soc

Our open access Perspective was highlighted as a JACS spotlight Click Here for the ACS LiveSlides To understand how chemical processes in the cell produce biological responses, researchers must think small, that is, they must clarify molecular interactions that take… Continue Reading →

Shiv was named a 2016 Barry Goldwater Scholar!

2016 Goldwater Scholars CU News

Daniel won an NSF GRFP fellowship – we thank the National Science Foundation for the support

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