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Locked DNA strands and micropores are used to assemble nanoparticles with different sizes and shapes into superlattices.
A direct-detection camera allows for high-resolution transmission electron microscopy imaging of beam-sensitive materials.
Optogenetic experiments can be performed inside the mouse brain by using near-infrared light applied outside the skull.
Overloading phagocytes with cholesterol drives inflammation and limits tissue regeneration in brains from older mice.
The signal recognition particle prevents protein mistargeting to mitochondria and is not universally required for cotranslational targeting to the yeast endoplasmic reticulum.
Neuropsychiatric disease patients have both shared and distinct gene expression pattern changes in the brain compared with controls.
Labile motifs found in low-complexity domains of a protein contribute to its ability to form networked protein assemblies.