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A chiral Lewis acid catalyzes cycloaddition by shifting a substrate’s triplet energy close to resonance with a sensitizer.
Bacterial pathogens try to suck the sugar out of their target host plants, which respond by enhancing their own sugar transporter activity.
The structure of a ribosome with messenger RNA (mRNA) bound to the Ski helicase complex reveals a step in the destruction of aberrant mRNA.
High-resolution structures of the capsid from intact HIV-1 virions suggest that it forms after virus maturation.