eLife News

eLife News

  1. Press package: New protein provides critical link between aging and age-dependent disease

    November 15, 2016

    The discovery of a novel protein that links aging and age-dependent retinal diseases could lead to potential new treatments for conditions that cause sight loss in later life. In a study in mice, to be published in the journal eLife, researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison reveal that Transmembrane 135 ( Tmem135 ) regulates retinal aging, and that mutations in the protein result in age-dependent disease. Tmem135 has previously been associated with fat storage and long life in the roundworm Caenorhabditis elegans , but its molecular function has never been characterized clearly...

  2. Press package: Scientists ‘plug in’ to circuitry behind sex in male fruit flies

    November 15, 2016

    Researchers from the University of Oxford have identified a small neural circuit in male fruit flies that has evolved to allow them to perform the complex mating ritual. The findings pave the way for deeper, circuit-level studies into sexual behavior and how it can be modified by social experience. 
 “Male fruit flies court females with a series of ‘hard-wired’ or genetically programmed behaviours, and failure during any part of the process may prevent reproduction,” says senior author and Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator Stephen Goodwin, from the Centre for Neural Circuits & Behaviour...

  3. Invitation to submit your best work to eLife from Stephen Goff

    November 11, 2016

    As you’ve already experienced our approach to the review process first-hand, I’d like to take this opportunity to encourage you to submit your most exciting research to eLife. We’ll do our best to assess your work fairly and promptly. Every one of us can help to drive changes in the way that research is reviewed and communicated. With the commitment of you and your colleagues, eLife is becoming a strong resource for exciting developments in your field. Please review our guidelines for authors and let us know if you’re working on something you’d like to submit to eLife on editors@elifesciences...

  4. Invitation to submit your best work to eLife from Jessica Tyler

    November 11, 2016

    As you’ve already experienced our approach to the review process first-hand, I’d like to take this opportunity to encourage you to submit your most exciting research to eLife. We’ll do our best to assess your work fairly and promptly. Every one of us can help to drive changes in the way that research is reviewed and communicated. With the commitment of you and your colleagues, eLife is becoming a strong resource for exciting developments in your field. Please review our guidelines for authors and let us know if you’re working on something you’d like to submit to eLife on editors@elifesciences...

  5. Invitation to submit your best work to eLife from Detlef Weigel

    November 11, 2016

    As you’ve already experienced our approach to the review process first-hand, I’d like to take this opportunity to encourage you to submit your most exciting research to eLife. We’ll do our best to assess your work fairly and promptly. Every one of us can help to drive changes in the way that research is reviewed and communicated. With the commitment of you and your colleagues, eLife is becoming a strong resource for exciting developments in your field. Please review our guidelines for authors and let us know if you’re working on something you’d like to submit to eLife on editors@elifesciences...

  6. Invitation to submit your best work to eLife from Jerry Workman

    November 11, 2016

    As you’ve already experienced our approach to the review process first-hand, I’d like to take this opportunity to encourage you to submit your most exciting research to eLife. We’ll do our best to assess your work fairly and promptly. Every one of us can help to drive changes in the way that research is reviewed and communicated. With the commitment of you and your colleagues, eLife is becoming a strong resource for exciting developments in your field. Please review our guidelines for authors and let us know if you’re working on something you’d like to submit to eLife on editors@elifesciences...

  7. Invitation to submit your best work to eLife from Jos van der Meer

    November 11, 2016

    As you’ve already experienced our approach to the review process first-hand, I’d like to take this opportunity to encourage you to submit your most exciting research to eLife. We’ll do our best to assess your work fairly and promptly. Every one of us can help to drive changes in the way that research is reviewed and communicated. With the commitment of you and your colleagues, eLife is becoming a strong resource for exciting developments in your field. Please review our guidelines for authors and let us know if you’re working on something you’d like to submit to eLife on editors@elifesciences...

  8. Invitation to submit your best work to eLife from David Knipe

    November 11, 2016

    As you’ve already experienced our approach to the review process first-hand, I’d like to take this opportunity to encourage you to submit your most exciting research to eLife. We’ll do our best to assess your work fairly and promptly. Every one of us can help to drive changes in the way that research is reviewed and communicated. With the commitment of you and your colleagues, eLife is becoming a strong resource for exciting developments in your field. Please review our guidelines for authors and let us know if you’re working on something you’d like to submit to eLife on editors@elifesciences...

  9. Invitation to submit your best work to eLife from Cristina Lo Celso

    November 11, 2016

    As you’ve already experienced our approach to the review process first-hand, I’d like to take this opportunity to encourage you to submit your most exciting research to eLife. We’ll do our best to assess your work fairly and promptly. Every one of us can help to drive changes in the way that research is reviewed and communicated. With the commitment of you and your colleagues, eLife is becoming a strong resource for exciting developments in your field. Please review our guidelines for authors and let us know if you’re working on something you’d like to submit to eLife on editors@elifesciences...

  10. Invitation to submit your best work to eLife from Arup Chakraborty

    November 11, 2016

    As you’ve already experienced our approach to the review process first-hand, I’d like to take this opportunity to encourage you to submit your most exciting research to eLife. We’ll do our best to assess your work fairly and promptly. Every one of us can help to drive changes in the way that research is reviewed and communicated. With the commitment of you and your colleagues, eLife is becoming a strong resource for exciting developments in your field. Please review our guidelines for authors and let us know if you’re working on something you’d like to submit to eLife on editors@elifesciences...

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