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More effective drugs lead to harder selective sweeps in the evolution of drug resistance in HIV-1
Alison F Feder et al.
The transition from bad to good treatments for HIV was accompanied by a shift from soft sweeps of many drug resistance mutations spreading simultaneously to harder sweeps of one drug resistant genotype at a time.
RIM-BP2 primes synaptic vesicles
recruitment of Munc13-1 at hippocampal mossy fiber synapses
Marisa M Brockmann et al.
The active zone scaffold protein RIM-BP2 performs distinct functions in vesicle release at two hippocampal synapses, providing insights on how synapses express diversity in release properties.
Immunology and Inflammation
Correction: Synergy and remarkable specificity of antimicrobial peptides in vivo using a systematic knockout approach
Mark Austin Hanson et al.
Correction: ErbB4 deletion in noradrenergic neurons in the locus coeruleus induces mania-like behavior via elevated catecholamines
Shu-Xia Cao et al.
Correction: Systems analysis of the CO
concentrating mechanism in cyanobacteria
Niall M Mangan, Michael P Brenner
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
-methyladenosine of HIV-1 RNA regulates viral infection and HIV-1 Gag protein expression
Nagaraja Tirumuru et al.
Epidemiology and Global Health
Correction: Evolutionary transitions between beneficial and phytopathogenic Rhodococcus challenge disease management
Elizabeth A Savory et al.
Scientific Publishing: How early-career researchers are shaping eLife
Mark Patterson, Randy Schekman
Journals can benefit from listening to graduate students, postdocs and newly-independent group leaders.
Axons: The cost of communication in the brain
Brian A MacVicar et al.
Imaging ATP in axons reveals that they rely on glucose from the blood and lactate produced by glial cells as sources of energy.
Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
Ion Channels: From ions to insulin
Electron cryo-microscopy has revealed the three-dimensional structure of a potassium channel that has a central role in regulating the release of insulin from the pancreas.
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