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Genomic analysis points to CUX1 and cilia-related genes likely underlying a loss of flight in the Galapagos cormorant.
The crystal structure of an antibody–viral glycoprotein complex illuminates viral entry mechanisms and provides a blueprint for vaccine design.
Analysis of HIV clinical trials shows that the vaginal microbiome underlies varied responses to microbicide-based preexposure prophylaxis.
Massive methane blow-outs may be responsible for clusters of kilometer-wide craters in the Barents Sea.
- Erratum for the Research Article “Cassini finds molecular hydrogen in the Enceladus plume: Evidence for hydrothermal processes” by J. H. Waite, C. R. Glein, R. S. Perryman, B. D. Teolis, B. A. Magee, G. Miller, J. Grimes, M. E. Perry, K. E. Miller, A. Bouquet, J. I. Lunine, T. Brockwell, S. J. Bolton
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