Vol 355, Issue 6331
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In vivo recordings over several days from neuronal dendrites in the brain’s neocortex reveal disproportionate dendritic spiking.
An isotropic fluid composed of nanosized motors organizes into an autonomous machine that pumps fluid through long channels.
Having three different subunits allows complex regulation of the neuronal NMDA ionotropic glutamate receptor involved in synaptic plasticity.
Excitons convert spontaneously to free carriers via lower-energy layer-edge states in layered perovskites.
Stabilized nanograin boundaries in nickel-molybdenum alloys result in increased hardness with decreasing grain size.
- Dengue diversity across spatial and temporal scales: Local structure and the effect of host population size
Regions of high human population density drive highly localized transmission chains of dengue virus, which then can disperse regionally.
Macrophage projections participate in long-range signaling between pigment cells during zebrafish stripe formation.
- PI3K pathway regulates ER-dependent transcription in breast cancer through the epigenetic regulator KMT2D
Tumor cells develop resistance to a drug used to treat breast cancer through a chromatin remodeling mechanism.