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A technique, DART (drugs acutely restricted by tethering), that rapidly localizes drugs to the surface of defined neurons is developed.
H3K27 trimethylated nucleosomes establish the heritable memory of the silenced state at a Drosophila HOX gene.
A nuclear magnetic resonance method applied to aligned molecules helps to elucidate their complex structures.
- Reovirus infection triggers inflammatory responses to dietary antigens and development of celiac disease
A nonpathogenic virus can promote inflammatory immunity to dietary antigens and may be linked to the development of celiac disease.
Spectral interferometry images the formation, binding, and internal dynamics of optical soliton complexes.
Extraction of photoexcited charge carriers transported up to 600 nanometers in CH3NH3PbI3 could boost solar cell efficiency.
A metathesis reaction yields a strategy to cross-link and enhance polymers without compromising easy processing and recycling.
Vertically stacked transistors made from printed networks of exfoliated nanosheets support high currents and on-off ratios.
The propagation of H3K27 trimethylation at repressed genes requires targeting of PRC2 to cis-acting Polycomb response elements.
Specific DNA sequences work together with histone methyl marks to maintain epigenetic states of gene expression.
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