Submitted by redoxoma on Thu, 02/28/2019 - 18:16
Welcome to the CEPID Redoxoma Newsletter

Editor's page by Francisco R. M. Laurindo and Flávia Meotti

Welcome to the new issue of our Redoxoma Newsletter!

Soon you will notice a nice feature of this issue: an essay on electronic laboratory notebooks, which are coming steadily to replace the paper notebooks. Or not? Take your own conclusions, there many issues worth discussing. But the best part, in my view, is that the essay was conceived and written by two PhD students from Redoxoma. Hopefully this will be a good example to be followed by other PhD students and post-docs: we are eagerly waiting for your contribution!

And we follow with nice works on how reactive intermediates from Nox1 NADPH oxidas/e are regulated by protein disulfide isomerase. And the story goes on with a critical appraisal of the role of the proteasome main particle on physiological protein degradation. Works that explore the mechanistic vibe of Redoxoma. And from mechanisms to application as our main characteristic, we present the Innovation Corner with some advances in the I of RIDC (or Cepid).

Finally, more good news. We have significantly expanded the Newsletter diffusion range and hope the newcomers will enjoy staying with us.

Francisco R. M. Laurindo¹ and Flávia Meotti², Editors
¹Heart Institute (InCor), University of São Paulo Medical School, Brazil
²Institute of Chemistry, University of São Paulo, Brazil

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