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An Aedes aegypti-associated fungus increases susceptibility to dengue virus by modulating gut trypsin activity
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eLife Innovation 23h
“The more I designed, the faster I designed” UX designer Nick Duffield shares how he redesigned using Atomic Design and PatternLab
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With Insights, Interviews and Podcasts, our Magazine page highlights the latest research and gives a voice to scientists
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eLife Community Dec 8
What are the challenges and benefits of working reproducibly? Find out in our video and report
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eLife - the journal Dec 12
Understanding the brain mechanisms that influence changes in self-esteem could help to find more effective treatments for a range of mental health problems
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eLife - the journal Dec 11
ICYMI mechanical force, such as an encounter with an intracellular pathogen, induces mitochondrial fission
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eLife - the journal Dec 11
Measuring neuronal activity before, during and after urination reveals the relevant connections between the brainstem and cortex
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eLife - the journal Dec 11
If genetic studies do not study diverse populations, the link between mutations and diseases can be missed
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eLife - the journal Dec 11
Are science papers getting harder to read? William Thompson talks jargon in our
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eLife - the journal Dec 10
Noël & Bakkers describe this recent study as "a new benchmark for how we assess and define looping morphogenesis defects in genetic mutants"
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eLife - the journal Dec 9
Deep learning may be biologically plausible after all
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bioRxiv Published Dec 6
Two-photon calcium imaging of medial prefrontal cortex and hippocampus without ... published as:
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eLife - the journal Dec 8
Fragmented data in databases that cannot “talk” to each other hinder progress in biomedical research
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eLife - the journal Dec 8
For insects, feeding on warm-blooded hosts is laden with risks: the warmth of the blood itself being one that is often overlooked
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eLife - the journal Dec 8
Advanced imaging techniques reveal the native structure of COPI-coated vesicles in Chlamydomonas cells
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eLife - the journal Dec 8
Horizontal gene transfer raises the question: "what can a bacterium learn from another that it has just vanquished?"
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eLife - the journal Dec 7
Coordination between the brainstem and the cortex helps to ensure that urination occurs at an appropriate time
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eLife - the journal Dec 7
A precise sequence of left-right asymmetries, combined with mechanical constraints, is enough to drive the looping of the embryonic heart
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eLife Community Dec 6
Missed last week's webinar on reproducibility? Catch up with our webinar report and video
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eLife - the journal Dec 7
A small drug-like molecule slows disease progression in a mouse model of Retinitis Pigmentosa
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