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Single-cell methods allow precise developmental timing across the life cycles of several malaria parasite species.
Rich phenotyping with single-cell RNA sequencing reveals principles and mechanisms of genetic interactions in mammalian cells.
The S-net seismic network helped identify the slow earthquake behavior of three regions of the hazardous Japan Trench.
Detailed population genetics of the African malaria parasite shows directions of gene flow and regional differences in drug resistance loci.
Images from the Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout lander show that rocks on asteroid Ryugu are similar to carbonaceous chondrite meteorites.
Neuronal representations in networks of neurons with synchronized activity are stable over weeks, even after damage or lack of training.
- Phospho-dependent phase separation of FMRP and CAPRIN1 recapitulates regulation of translation and deadenylation
Residue-specific interactions within protein-RNA condensates enable phosphoregulation of RNA processing and translation.