The FEBS Journal: hidden gems

Every quarter, The FEBS Journal presents some of its ‘hidden gems’ – original research and reviews that provide a significant advance or development in the molecular or cellular life science. These articles are of high value to the scientific community and we take the opportunity to promote them.

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In this issue's ‘hidden gems’, Manuel Breuer summarisies previous review and research article content:
1) Roy et al. investigate the wild‐type version of the huntingtin gene product in their Editor's Choice article.
2) In a second Editor's Choice article, Zhou et al. identify the E3 ubiquitin ligase TNF receptor‐associated factor 2 (TRAF2) as an interactor of the core clock protein BMAL1.
3) A State‐of‐the‐Art review by MacPherson et al. discusses how the knowledge of metabolic programmes during lymphocyte differentiation could be used for T‐cell therapy.
4) A second State‐of‐the‐Art review from Fennell et al., sheds light on the manifold types of ubiquitination of protein substrates and the recognition of ubiquitinated substrates by ubiquitin‐binding domains (UBD) for downstream signalling cascades.
To read the full run down on these 'hidden gems', check out the article here:

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