Vol 366, Issue 6472
2019 Breakthrough of the Year
This Week in Science
Products & Materials
Books et al.
Genome-wide expression profiles are analyzed across human immune cell populations and all major human tissues and organs.
Nondestructive tracking of vortices in thin films of superfluid helium-4 finds that coherent dynamics dominate over dissipation.
A piezoelectric material appears to act as an electron-transfer catalyst to activate aryl diazonium salts under solid-state agitation.
Molecules that bring N-H and C=O groups into an optimal configuration passivate antisite lead defects on perovskite surfaces.
An optimized bidentate phosphine ligand on palladium promotes an efficient alternative route to a nylon precursor.
A subset of human immunological γδ T cells recognizes monomorphic MHC-related protein 1 using an unusual antigen-binding mode.
The inhibition of a mitochondrial porin’s oligomerization prevents mitochondrial DNA release and ameliorates lupus-like disease in mice.
From the AAAS Office of Publishing
- Erratum for the Report: “Aging increases cell-to-cell transcriptional variability upon immune stimulation” by C. P. Martinez-Jimenez, N. Eling, H.-C. Chen, C. A. Vallejos, A. A. Kolodziejczyk, F. Connor, L. Stojic, T. F. Rayner, M. J. T. Stubbington, S. A. Teichmann, M. de la Roche, J. C. Marioni, D. T. Odom