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Breast Cancer: Targeting mutant estrogen receptors
Suzanne E Wardell et al.
A drug used in hormone replacement therapy can target estrogen receptors that have become resistant to breast cancer treatments.
Global Science: Get grants or perish
Despite the limited range of grants available in Russia, the careers of many researchers depend on this funding.
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Physics of Living Systems
Carboxysomes: How bacteria arrange their organelles
The structures responsible for photosynthesis in bacteria use the nucleoid and two unique proteins as a scaffold to position themselves.
Human Biology and Medicine
Meta-Research: Why we need to report more than 'Data were Analyzed by t-tests or ANOVA'
Tracey L Weissgerber et al.
Many papers in basic biomedical science do not contain the information that is needed to determine what statistical tests were used and to verify the results of these tests.
The Natural History of Model Organisms:
, an 'instant' fish from an ephemeral habitat
Martin Reichard, Matej Polačik
The turquoise killifish from ephemeral pools in African savannah combines extremely short lifespan with a standard vertebrate body plan – ideal attributes for a laboratory animal.
Sexual Differentiation: A matter of timing
Michael W Perry, Claude Desplan
A genetic pathway involved in development works together with the sex-determination pathway to control the timing of sexually dimorphic neural development in
Glutamate Receptors: Family matters
Mark L Mayer, Timothy Jegla
Genome sequence data from a range of animal species are raising questions about the origins of glutamate receptors.
Episode 52: December 2018
In this episode, we hear about how flies taste salt, animal personalities, fossil flowers and flying squirrels, and the impact of climate change on seal pups.
Living Science: Uniting the nations of science
As the world becomes smaller and more uniform, it is important to remember that creativity in science can happen anywhere.
Paleobotany: Did flowering plants exist in the Jurassic period?
David Winship Taylor, Hongqi Li
The discovery of a fossil that might be the oldest flowering plant will continue the debate on the origin and structure of ancestral flowering plants.
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