Vol 365, Issue 6458
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The rate of expansion of the Universe is determined from observations of gravitational lensing systems.
A copper complex long implicated in C–N bond formation has been spectroscopically and crystallographically characterized.
Mitochondrial ribosome maturation in trypanosomes involves numerous assembly factors and the formation of large assembly intermediates.
Structures of six intermediates show how phospholipids are translocated from the outer to the inner leaflet of a eukaryotic cell membrane.
A molecular movie of catalysis reveals the basis for half-of-the-sites binding and activity in a dimeric enzyme.
- N6-methyladenosine RNA modification–mediated cellular metabolism rewiring inhibits viral replication
Macrophages inhibit viral replication by inactivating an RNA demethylase, which leads to reduced levels of the metabolite itaconate.
During migratory stopover of white-crowned sparrows, consumption of seeds treated with neonicotinoids reduced fattening and delayed departure.