Vol 360, Issue 6387
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Combining motors, springs, and latches offers many routes to optimization of mechanical power in biological and engineered systems.
Ciliary motility is driven by the asymmetric distribution of dynein activity on alternating sides of the flagellum.
Surgical manipulation and tissue transplantation elucidate the logic of pattern formation during eye regeneration in flatworms.
Local measurements on spatially separated parts of a cold atom cloud confirm entanglement between the subsystems.
Single-stranded DNase activity upon guide RNA–dependent DNA binding can be harnessed for rapid and specific nucleic acid detection.
A nucleic acid detection platform enables sensitive pathogen genotyping and cancer mutation monitoring with visual readout.
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