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Pathway-, layer- and cell-type-specific thalamic input to mouse barrel cortex
B Semihcan Sermet et al.
Two distinct thalamocortical pathways were found to provide differential excitatory synaptic input to distinct cell-types across layers of mouse primary somatosensory barrel cortex.
Longevity is impacted by growth hormone action during early postnatal period
Liou Y Sun et al.
Transient hormonal alterations during early critical developmental periods can have a crucial and long-lasting effect on lifespan in mice.
Long-term consequences of the absence of leptin signaling in early life
Angela M Ramos-Lobo et al.
A mouse model that grew without functional leptin receptors until adulthood reveals that early defects in leptin signaling lead to permanent metabolic and developmental problems.
Evolution of herbivore-induced early defense signaling was shaped by genome-wide duplications in
Wenwu Zhou et al.
Comparative transcriptomic analysis reveals the molecular basis and evolution of herbivore-associated early defense signaling in
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
A lipoprotein/β-barrel complex monitors lipopolysaccharide integrity transducing information across the outer membrane
Anna Konovalova et al.
Mutations that block assembly of the interlocked RcsF/β barrel protein complex prevent detection of lipopolysaccharide stress and activation of Rcs signal transduction pathway.
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Genetics and Genomics
Tumor Evolution: Finding the mutations that drive resistance
Mutations that allow tumors to evolve and become resistant to treatment can be readily identified with a new sequencing approach.
Research Communication: Ways to increase equity, diversity and inclusion
Devang Mehta et al.
The eLife Early-Career Advisory Group calls for radical changes at eLife and other journals to make science more diverse and inclusive.
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