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Kyra Hermanns, Marco Marklewitz ... Sandra Junglen
Analysis of naturally infected mosquitoes shows that ecosystem disturbance can lead to a turnover in host community composition and that more individuals of a single species are a key driver of virus emergence.
Single-cell data on cell signaling responses to nutrient variation enable quantitative models of cellular control over protein synthesis, formalizing the concept of mTOR as a homeostatic controller of cellular metabolism.
Anna C Geuzebroek, Hannah Craddock ... Simon P Kelly
In order to adjust for expected difficulty level while detecting unpredictably timed target within continuous streams of noisy information, people regulate the transfer of the sensory inputs to the accumulation process.