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The Huluwa protein acts in the maternal Wnt/β-catenin pathway to establish the dorsal organizer of zebrafish and Xenopus embryos.
During skin repair, macrophages activate proliferation of a myofibroblast subset that can form adipocytes and promote dermal repair.
An aerodynamic lens separates and focuses filled and empty virus capsids for mass detection with nanomechanical resonator arrays.
Modulating carrier concentration induces a transition from a topological to a superconducting phase in monolayer WTe2.
Controlled fluctuations in the tunneling between the sites of an atomic wire in momentum space cause a topological transition.
Environmental change—not ancient hominin impacts—drove megaherbivore extinctions in East Africa over the past 4.6 million years.
A crystal structure elucidates the mechanism of antibody-mediated blockade of TGF-β1 activation and immunosuppression by regulatory T cells.
The ESCRT-III complex involved in cellular membrane remodeling and repair limits an inflammation-associated form of cell death.