Poster Prize Awarded at #DiscoverBMB
The wwPDB Foundation made an award to for the best poster in the category Proteins: Structure, Function and Biophysics in the undergraduate competition at the #DiscoverBMB meeting hosted by the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB).
Michael Quinteros (Wesleyan University) presented “The mitochondrial Cu+ transporter PiC2 (SLC25A3) is a target of MTF1 and contributes to the development of skeletal muscle in vitro.”
This research was also published in “The mitochondrial Cu+ transporter PiC2 (SLC25A3) is a target of MTF1 and contributes to the development of skeletal muscle in vitro” by McCann C, Quinteros M, Adelugba I, Morgada MN, Castelblanco AR, Davis EJ, Lanzirotti A, Hainer SJ, Vila AJ, Navea JG, Padilla-Benavides T. (2022) Front Mol Biosci. 9:1037941 doi: 10.3389/fmolb.2022.1037941.
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