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All reviewers agreed that this system "holds considerable potential for future study of the molecular and chemical mechanisms governing microbial control of host behaviours"
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SDSU EM-Imaging Facility Sep 18
Muscle Contraction: Too much of a good thing SDSU's own Sanford Bernstein's research is highlighted in today's eLife! Check out the important contribution to our understanding of contraction in heart disease.
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eLife - the journal Sep 21
How does HIV's shell open up?
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Peter Turnbaugh Sep 10
Happy to see this Microbiome Special Issue in press!
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eLife - the journal Sep 21
Prolonged cross-bridge binding triggers muscle dysfunction in a Drosophila model of myosin-based hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
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eLife Innovation Sep 12
Ever wondered how eLife's Innovation Initiative evaluates ideas? Take a look at our guidelines to help inform new project proposals
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eLife - the journal Sep 21
We’ve collaborated to better understand bias in and we encourage more journals to share similar data
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eLife Community Sep 20
Critical equipment stranded at customs for 3 months. A 6-month delivery time for basic primers. We need global collaboration to overcome the barriers faced by researchers in low- and middle-income countries
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eLife - the journal Sep 20
Conditioning sharpens the spatial representation of rewarded stimuli in the mouse primary visual cortex, reports the latest article featured on our homepage
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eLife - the journal Sep 19
New technology for manipulating genes in Drosophila facilitates gene tagging and precise modification of virtually any gene
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eLife - the journal Sep 19
Andrew's starts in 20 minutes. You can start to ask your questions now
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eLife - the journal Sep 19
Wind-tunnel experiments shed light on the rules governing how flies respond to odours
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Prachee Avasthi Sep 19
There’s a unique opportunity to spearhead ’s mission. A few weeks remain to apply for the EiC position! Know someone ideal to blaze the trail? Announcement: Job Description:
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eLife - the journal Sep 19
In the first webinar of our and Chemical Biology series, panelists unravelled the secrets of proteins
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eLife - the journal Sep 18
ICYMI a simple label-free method uses the electrical properties of cells to detect how ligands bind to membrane proteins
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eLife Community Sep 14
If research duties or family time mean you can't watch our next webinar live on September 26 don't worry – a recording will be available afterwards Register 👉
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eLife - the journal Sep 18
Dual-action drugs that kill parasites and boost the immune response of mice show promise for treating schistosomiasis
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eLife - the journal Sep 18
Could a protein called iTAP be the key to switching off inflammation?
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eLife Community Sep 17
It's not without a postdoc appreciation thread 😊 So let the world know: who are the most inspirational postdocs you've had the pleasure of working with?
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eLife Community Sep 17
Happy National Postdoc Appreciation Week! Thank you postdocs for all of the ways that you support and advance research
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