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The funder-researcher collaboration and open-access journal for the very best in life sciences and biomedical research.
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eLife Innovation Aug 15
ScienceFair delivers live-updating streams of articles using
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Symmetry broken and rebroken during the ATP hydrolysis cycle of the mitochondrial ... published as:
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Atlantic herring mutate about six times slower than humans, with only two changes per billion bases per generation
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eLife - the journal Aug 20
ICYMI elephants have a lower cancer risk than humans because they have 19 extra copies of the tumour suppressor TP53
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eLife Innovation Aug 16
How we implement Image API to serve scientific images to the reader using eLife Continuum
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eLife Community Aug 17
Is it time we cultivated researchers according to the principles of sustainable agriculture?
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eLife - the journal Aug 19
An extremophilic virus has a thin membrane structure not previously seen in the natural world
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eLife - the journal Aug 18
Many recent papers discuss error-prone viral polymerases but the reviewers felt "this is one of the most thoughtful"
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eLife - the journal Aug 18
Cheese-associated bacteria may have exchanged over 4,000 genes via horizontal gene transfer
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eLife - the journal Aug 18
The brains of 5-month-olds monitor heart rate more closely when confronted with negative emotions
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eLife - the journal Aug 18
New on our homepage this week, plants transfer lipids to arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi
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eLife - the journal Aug 17
From Arabidopsis to zebrafish, these ten essays explore the wild lives of model organisms
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eLife - the journal Aug 17
Human embryonic lung epithelial tips can be used to study hidden aspects of lung development and lung disease
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eLife - the journal Aug 17
Signals from two membrane proteins combine to modulate how much sensory neurons respond to mechanical force
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eLife - the journal Aug 17
Replying to @eLife
Treiber and Waddell summarise their recent eLife paper in “Do transposons really jump in the brain?”
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eLife - the journal Aug 16
Somatic transposition is less prevalent in Drosophila than previously envisaged
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bioRxiv Published Aug 16
Modeling of axonal endoplasmic reticulum network by spastic paraplegia proteins published as:
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eLife - the journal Aug 16
Want to help make science more accessible? We're looking for a new Assistant Features Editor in our Cambridge office
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eLife - the journal Aug 16
A hydrolase enzyme called ARH3 removes ADP-ribose units from serines
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eLife - the journal Aug 15
The skin is a complex landscape containing regions in which hair follicles exhibit different types of behaviour
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