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Nature Communications is an open access journal publishing high-quality research in all areas of the biological, physical, chemical and Earth sciences.
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Immune modulation of liver sinusoidal endothelial cells by melittin nanoparticles suppresses liver
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Bioengineered bacterial vesicles as biological nano-heaters for optoacoustic imaging
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UC Newsroom Jun 24
Researchers at have discovered that a mysterious group of neurons in the amygdala – a key center for emotional processing in the brain – remain in an immature, prenatal developmental state throughout childhood.
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BU Pardee Center 20h
Read more about the new paper out in , which was, in part, a product of a Pardee Center collaboration between Faculty Research Fellow Ian Sue Wing and Visiting Research Fellow :
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The Bustamante Lab uses optical tweezers to show that the folding kinetics of stalled ribosome-bound nascent chains do not match the folding of nascent chains in real time.
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Rational approach to guest confinement inside MOF cavities for low-temperature
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The lab of used HDX-MS to monitor Na+- and dopamine-induced conformational dynamics of the dopamine transporter.
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Matteo Malinverno, Elisabetta Dejana and colleagues show that cerebral cavernous malformations form from the clonal expansion of single mutant cells that attract surrounding wild-type cells.
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NatureCommunications Jun 25
Coevolution of vocal signal characteristics and hearing sensitivity in forest mammals
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NatureCommunications Jun 25
Passionate about cancer immunology/immunotherapy? Do you have a PhD or equivalent? Then maybe an editorial career is for you? We're recruiting! FAQs about our jobs can be found using the link below or just ask
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Daniel Charlebois Jun 24
Our article on drug resistance in mammalian cells was published today in
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Communications Biology Jun 24
Our first articles have been published! You can read more about our new policy in 's latest editorial:
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DoellerLab Jun 24
Neuronal representation of environmental boundaries in egocentric coordinates. New paper on boundary coding in the striatum using an egocentric reference frame by 's group in
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Victoria Parikh, MD Jun 24
Proud to co-author this story in w in Lab: high fidelity human tissue & sequencing yields a global view of gene-gene interaction in HF to identify a novel target. (Data & analysis public) w MAGNet consortium
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NatureCommunications Jun 24
Bioengineered bacterial vesicles as biological nano-heaters for optoacoustic imaging
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Safia Danovi Jun 23
My first conf as a editor and it's the excellent EACR cancer genomics conference in Cambridge. Looking forward to speaking to lots of you about your research, come and say hello!
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Kanudha Sharda Jun 24
Great to hear exciting research talks @ . I am in 3711, please come and discuss with me anything about
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DavideChicco.it Jun 24
The paper "Community assessment to advance computational prediction of cancer drug combinations in a pharmacogenomic screen" of the Challenge on drug synergy prediction I participated was published on ! 😀
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SLAC Jun 22
“Life on Earth has littered the record with a wealth of information that has only recently been accessible to science...New imaging techniques can now be deployed, which permit us to peer deep into the chemical history of a fossil organism."
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Unive Ca' Foscari Jun 24
✅More energy needed to cope with : a new study published today in by researchers from , , and Ca’ Foscari University▶️
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