44 results found
    1. Plant Biology

    Testing the Münch hypothesis of long distance phloem transport in plants

    Michael Knoblauch et al.
    Measurements of physiological and geometrical parameters of the sieve tube system in Ipomoea nil provide strong support for pressure driven mass flow.
    1. Plant Biology

    Long Distance Transport: Under pressure

    Ulrich Z Hammes
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    1. Neuroscience

    Stimulus-dependent recruitment of lateral inhibition underlies retinal direction selectivity

    Qiang Chen et al.
    Synapse-specific genetic manipulations show that distinct GABAergic inputs are differentially recruited to encode motion direction in the retina in a stimulus-dependent manner.
    1. Neuroscience

    Retinal direction selectivity in the absence of asymmetric starburst amacrine cell responses

    Laura Hanson et al.
    Experimental and computational models reveal how parallel 'core' mechanisms shape direction selectivity at the dendrites of starburst amacrine cells and ganglion cells in the mouse retina.
    1. Immunology and Inflammation
    2. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

    Functional proteomic atlas of HIV infection in primary human CD4+ T cells

    Adi Naamati et al.
    Identification and characterisation of proteins and processes regulated by HIV in primary human CD4+ T cells using an HIV reporter virus for one-step, antibody-free magnetic selection.
    1. Computational and Systems Biology
    2. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

    Incomplete inhibition of HIV infection results in more HIV infected lymph node cells by reducing cell death

    Laurelle Jackson et al.
    Under conditions where the force of HIV infection per cell is high, partial attenuation of infection with inhibitors can increase the number of live infected cells and may paradoxically be beneficial for viral spread.
    1. Plant Biology

    Phloem unloading in Arabidopsis roots is convective and regulated by the phloem-pole pericycle

    Timothy J Ross-Elliott et al.
    A study of solute and macromolecule trafficking in plants reveals a previously undescribed route for carbon distribution in growing root tissues.
    1. Neuroscience

    Ionotropic Receptor-dependent moist and dry cells control hygrosensation in Drosophila

    Zachary A Knecht et al.
    The neurons and receptors mediating moist air detection in Drosophila are identified, revealing that moist and dry air detection depend on overlapping Ionotropic Receptors and that these pathways are both critical for hygrosensation.
    1. Neuroscience

    Visual projection neurons in the Drosophila lobula link feature detection to distinct behavioral programs

    Ming Wu et al.
    Neurons called lobula columnar cells help fruit flies respond appropriately to specific visual cues, such as those signaling an approaching predator.
    1. Cell Biology

    A plasma membrane template for macropinocytic cups

    Douwe M Veltman et al.
    Rings of actin polymerisation that form around PIP3/Ras patches in the cell membrane drive the formation of macropinocytic cups.

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