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Andrew Tyzack: Front Cover: Beekeeping in Britain: Trends in Biochemical Sciences

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Andrew Tyzack: Front Cover: Beekeeping in Britain: Trends in Biochemical Sciences

Andrew Tyzack’s painting: ‘Beekeeping in Britain’ was recently licensed for the front cover of ‘Trends in Biochemical Sciences’. Inside, this is what they said:

As any apiarist will tell you, knowing that there is a ‘sting in the tail’ will provide you with a keen awareness of how you should regulate your behaviour around your bees. Similarly, recent structural studies of protein phosphotase 2A (PP2A) family members show that the ‘sting’ in the carboxy-terminal tail of its A-type subunits is important for the binding and dynamic exchange of its regulatory B-type subunits. Trends in Biochemical Sciences



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