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Biosensors: Plant biologists FRET over stress
Won-Gyu Choi, Simon Gilroy
Genetics and Genomics
Point of View: Bioengineering horizon scan 2020
Luke Kemp et al.
20 emerging issues in bioengineering that will have profound impacts on society have been identified.
Point of View: Science, art, society and Klimt’s University of Vienna paintings
Alberto E Pereda
A set of paintings by Gustav Klimt highlights ongoing tensions in the relationships between art, science and society.
Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
Mechanobiology: A brighter force gauge for cells
Victor Pui-Yan Ma, Khalid Salaita
An improved biosensor sheds new light on tension within proteins.
Stimulation of hair follicle stem cell proliferation through an IL-1 dependent activation of γδT-cells
Pedro Lee et al.
Wounded epidermal keratinocytes emit a signal that activates a specialized T-cell in the skin, leading to an increase in hair follicle stem cell numbers that contributes to tissue repair.
Plant Biology: Indirect routes to reproductive success
Developmental Biology: Shaping the sound of voice
The proper development of the vocal cords requires embryos to contain a certain number of progenitor cells, and mutations that lead to an overflow of cells can cause malformations of the voice box.
Transcriptional Reporters: Watching gene expression in color
Julie H Simpson
A combination of two fluorescent proteins with different half-lives allows gene expression to be followed with improved time resolution.
A nonrandomized cohort and a randomized study of local control of large hepatocarcinoma by targeting intratumoral lactic acidosis
Ming Chao et al.
Local infusion of bicarbonate into hepatocellular carcinoma markedly enhances local tumor control by transarterial chemoembolization.
Correcting for physical distortions in visual stimuli improves reproducibility in zebrafish neuroscience
Timothy W Dunn, James E Fitzgerald
Computational analyses quantitatively account for optical refraction at air-water interfaces to enable visual neuroscientists to present distortion-free stimuli to underwater animals.
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