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PNECs, a rare population of cells in the airways, are critical for amplifying the airway allergen signal into mucosal responses in the lungs.
A toxin-antidote system with a role in postzygotic reproductive isolation of different wild and cultivated rice species is described.
In pilot studies of pregnant women, RNA-based tests of maternal blood predicted delivery date and risk of early childbirth.
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