Traci Lee, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, recently published the article "Characterizing the roles of Met31 and Met32 in coordinating Met4-activated transcription in the absence of Met30" in the journal Molecular Biology of the Cell. The article examines how Met31 and Met32, two very similar DNA-binding proteins, perform different functions in regulating gene expression. This study features the thesis work of Emilio Carrillo, a UW-Parkside applied molecular biology student. In addition to other analyses by Dr. Lee and her collaborators, it includes a bioinformatics analysis by my former undergraduate Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics student Dilon Grammentz. The article is available online.