Vol 361, Issue 6400
Frontiers in computation
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Low-complexity domains of eukaryotic transcription factors form hubs via dynamic, multivalent, sequence-specific interactions.
Phase-separated condensates compartmentalize the transcription apparatus at super-enhancers of key cell-identity genes.
Wang et al. describe the development and application of an RNA sequencing technology to define cell types and circuit states in the mouse brain.
Silicon cations draw triflate substituents away from olefins to form vinyl cations that react with alkanes via C–H insertion.
A graphene source of cold electrons lowers the subthreshold swing and supply voltage in field-effect transistors.
Critical components of transcription machinery form stable, condensate-like, transcription-dependent clusters in cells.