Vol 356, Issue 6345
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A structure of human cytomegalovirus shows how the capsid withstands the pressure of containing the largest herpesvirus genome.
Deep-level defect states in formamidinium lead perovskite layers can be minimized by the addition of triiodide ions.
A gene regulatory network responds to noisy signals to build robustness and accuracy into tissue patterning during development.
Hunger translated through neural circuits defines regionalized activity of a neural stem cell niche that gives rise to the olfactory bulb.
Rather than simply diffusing out of cells, volatile organic compounds in petunias require an active transporter.
A global analysis of ~3000 species and ~2.4 million trees elucidates variations in tree species diversity between tropical and temperate latitudes.
Conversion of an epigenetic drug into a probe amenable to click chemistry allows visualization of the drug’s activity in vivo.