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eLife - the journal 7h
NMR studies settle a long-standing debate and confirm that Hsp70 chaperones recognise substrates via conformational selection
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eLife - the journal 11h
A gene called INF2 is necessary for the placenta to develop properly
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eLife - the journal 14h
This week's homepage article reports that Wnt/β-catenin signalling regulates autonomic control of heart rate in zebrafish
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eLife Community 14h
The travel grants deadline is approaching
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eLife - the journal 19h
ICYMI an opsin receptor has a central role in the production and release of eggs by female jellyfish
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eLife - the journal 23h
New analysis confirms a previously suspected hypothesis: humans are an evolutionary dead-end for the MERS coronavirus
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HHMI NEWS Feb 13
From and authored by HHMI Investigator Charles Sawyers and colleagues, an important message about the validation of therapeutic targets in cancer.
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eLife - the journal Feb 19
A new technique could help to diagnose blood-related diseases by measuring the stiffness of blood cells
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eLife - the journal Feb 19
Good morning . eLife editors and Kenton Swartz will be on stand 212 today to speak to you. Come by and say hello.
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Maria Guerreiro Feb 18
eLife Ambassador Vishal Parekh joined us at the eLife booth!
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eLife Community Feb 17
Have a question about the impact of on researchers? Join our next webinar and ask our panellists from
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eLife - the journal Feb 19
Light sheet microscopy allows electrical signals to be tracked across the heart
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Steven Burgess Feb 13
Good blog on researcher assessment "Most of those organisations that have signed have not taken any action towards responsible metrics" also "why do we expect [only one solution] to work when we compare completely different institutions?"
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eLife - the journal Feb 18
We're here at . Head over to stand 212 today to pick up some swag and talk to us about eLife
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Stuart King Feb 14
Just worked out that we published the 3,000th last month. By my reckoning, that would bring the total word count to over 1,000,000!
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eLife - the journal Feb 18
Like the cortex and the eye, a pigeon's thalamus can also keep track of regularly repeating events
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eLife - the journal Feb 17
MELK expression correlates with tumour mitotic activity but is not required for cancer growth
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eLife - the journal Feb 17
ICYMI DNA sequencing has become faster and cheaper. Now a handheld DNA sequencer can identify human cells within minutes
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eLife - the journal Feb 16
The countdown is on for . Visit us on stand 212 to speak to our editors and pick up some eLife goodies
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eLife - the journal Feb 16
A transcription factor that regulates skeleton formation in sea urchin embryos has evolved a new domain that is essential for this process
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