Aleksandra Sikora, a researcher with the OSU College of Pharmacy and Oregon Health & Science University’s Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute, will work with principal investigator Ann Jerse of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences plus collaborators from five other universities. Read more!
Gut microbial metabolism of xanthohumol produces estrogenic metabolites, notably 8‐prenylnaringenin. In article number 1800923, Jan F. Stevens and co‐workers show that 8‐prenylnaringenin is not the end product of metabolism by gut microbes, shedding new light on the perceived pro‐estrogenicity of xanthohumol. Read more!
Research led by co-corresponding authors Aleksandra Sikora of Oregon State University and Nicholas Noinaj of Purdue University provides key structural and functional insights into a multicomponent protein complex known as BAM, short for beta-barrel assembly machinery. Featured in the news.