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MELK is not necessary for the proliferation of basal-like breast cancer cells
Hai-Tsang Huang et al.
The inhibitory or deletion effect of MELK does not impair the proliferation of basal-like breast cancer cell lines.
Epidemiology and Global Health
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
genomes reveal the long-term persistence of an historical plague focus
Kirsten I Bos et al.
The analysis of 18
genomes reveals a bacterial lineage that might be responsible for the 400-year period of European plague epidemics from the Renaissance through early modern times.
Human Biology and Medicine
Correction: HIF-2α is essential for carotid body development and function
David Macias et al.
Correction: Plant defense phenotypes determine the consequences of volatile emission for individuals and neighbors
Meredith C Schuman et al.
Correction: MELK is an oncogenic kinase essential for mitotic progression in basal-like breast cancer cells
Yubao Wang et al.
Correction: BRET-based RAS biosensors that show a novel small molecule is an inhibitor of RAS-effector protein-protein interactions
Nicolas Bery et al.
Biochemistry and Chemical Biology
Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
Correction: A family of fluoride-specific ion channels with dual-topology architecture
Randy B Stockbridge et al.
Correction: ErbB4 deletion in noradrenergic neurons in the locus coeruleus induces mania-like behavior via elevated catecholamines
Shu-Xia Cao et al.
Living Science: Grandmother elephants
As new technology makes it possible to perform experiments that were unimaginable a decade ago, Eve Marder argues that we can still learn from the past.
Living Science: The importance of remembering
Creativity in science requires the ability to recall information and data, and will suffer if we rely too much on technology to remember things for us.
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