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A polymorphism in the tumour suppressor p53 affects ageing and longevity in mouse models, by shifting the balance between cancer risk and stem cell self-renewal
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An artificially evolved ribozyme can catalyse the synthesis of RNA by using trinucleotide triphosphates as building blocks
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How can donated chemical probes help to advance science? Susanne Müller-Knapp explains in our
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eLife - the journal Jun 17
Trials of a bovine TB vaccine on working farms would have to involve hundreds of herds to prove the vaccine's effectiveness
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eLife Innovation Jun 6
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eLife Community Jun 14
A new framework based around 10 core competencies could improve how we assess the development and training of early-career scientists and students
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eLife - the journal Jun 16
From enigmatic fossil fish to the evolution of multi-chambered hearts, visit our monthly archive for to catch up on all the research and magazine articles we published in May
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eLife - the journal Jun 15
Detectable changes in membrane capacitance can reveal ligands binding to membrane transporters without the use of labels
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eLife - the journal Jun 15
Experiments with zebrafish larvae challenge the importance of specificity in chemokine recognition
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eLife - the journal Jun 15
Replying to @robertosaezm
... and here is the link to the full open access article: "New fossil remains of Homo naledi from the Lesedi Chamber, South Africa"
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eLife - the journal Jun 15
Time-resolved X-ray crystallography reveals new details about non-enzymatic RNA synthesis
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eLife - the journal Jun 15
A question that is more than skin deep: do fish itch?
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eLife - the journal Jun 14
A new dual-colour virus reminds us that there are still many lessons to be learned on how HIV-1 explores and persists within the human genome
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eLife - the journal Jun 14
Chiral cell sliding drives left-right asymmetric twisting of the hindgut in Drosophila embryos
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Gavi Jun 13
Heard of herd immunity? When a disease spreads, it encounters people it can't infect. If there are enough of these folks, the epidemic stops Researchers have created a model to find thresholds for herd immunity- this could help develop health strategies
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eLife - the journal Jun 12
Named for their firework-like shapes, starburst amacrine cells help to build the circuits of neurons that enable us to detect movement
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eLife - the journal Jun 12
This week our homepage features a broadly applicable approach that uses cryofixation to preserve the ultrastructure of genetically labelled tissues for 3D electron microscopy
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eLife - the journal Jun 12
Replying to @ramdya
Thanks for letting us know - it looks like an error occurred with our mailing system. We're investigating to avoid this happening in the future but for now we apologise
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eLife Community Jun 12
More feedback for preprints, more training for early-career researchers: review clubs provide multiple benefits, explain &
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eLife - the journal Jun 12
The electrical properties of cell membranes have been actively studied for at least a century. Andrew Plested now reports how apparent changes in membrane capacitance can detect the binding of charged ligands to membrane transporters
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