Vol 360, Issue 6388
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- Uncovering the essential genes of the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum by saturation mutagenesis
Mutagenesis of a human malaria parasite reveals a core set of genes essential for asexual growth in red blood cells in vitro.
Structural insights into how Ca2+-bound calmodulin activates the small-conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channel for neuronal excitation are explored.
A direct intramolecular excitation mechanism is proposed to explain a plasmon-induced chemical reaction.
Chronic itch caused by aging and dry skin is associated with the loss of skin Merkel cells involved in light touch sensation.
Weak stimuli reach conscious perception only if they are propagated well enough to cross a threshold in higher cortical areas.
A cryo-EM–derived structure of the DASH/Dam1 complex suggests how microtubule depolymerization drives chromosome separation.
The initiator of the complement cascade, which protects against lupus, controls CD8+ T cell responses via mitochondrial metabolism.
- Erratum for the Report “Translocation of a gut pathobiont drives autoimmunity in mice and humans” by S. Manfredo Vieira, M. Hiltensperger, V. Kumar, D. Zegarra-Ruiz, C. Dehner, N. Khan, F. R. C. Costa, E. Tiniakou, T. Greiling, W. Ruff, A. Barbieri, C. Kriegel, S. S. Mehta, J. R. Knight, D. Jain, A. L. Goodman, M. A. Kriegel