Vol 359, Issue 6371
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Invasion of immature red blood cells by the malaria parasite Plasmodium vivax is mediated by binding to the host’s transferrin receptor.
The Cassini spacecraft has flown through Saturn’s ionosphere, which is highly variable and affected by the planet’s rings.
Natural killer cell inhibition mediated by HLA-A, -E, and -B alleles elevates viremia and accelerates progression to AIDS.
An important kinase is activated by R loops at centromeres to promote accurate chromosome segregation in mitosis.
Innate lymphoid cells complement adaptive immunity by providing both local and distant tissue protection during infection.