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eLife Science Digests
Cutting jargon and putting research in context,
showcase some of the latest articles published in eLife.
DNA provides long-term storage for antibodies
A genetic backup makes research antibodies more shareable and protects them for the future.
Timing brain development
Spatial and temporal cues acting in sequence may help developing neurons become specialized cell types.
Keeping tabs with the moon
A new technique starts to shed light on the mechanism that tunes the mating rhythms of a sea worm to the moon cycle.
What can we learn by looking at the molecular motors that move bacteria?
How do transcription factors switch on genes?
A new analysis of existing microscopy data suggests that the way transcription factors bind to DNA may be more complex than previously thought.
Macrophages branch out
Research in mice reveals new roles for macrophages in shaping the development of the embryonic kidney.
Hijacking the hijacker
Attaching a molecular ‘label gun’ to a virus reveals the proteins it hijacks as it replicates.
How HIV silences the alarm
Viral protein U suppresses a wide range of immune responses during HIV infection.
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