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Science Forum: Challenges in validating candidate therapeutic targets in cancer
Jeffrey Settleman et al.
More than 30 published articles have suggested that a protein kinase called MELK is an attractive therapeutic target in human cancer, but three recent reports describe compelling evidence that it is not.
Research: The readability of scientific texts is decreasing over time
Pontus Plavén-Sigray et al.
Scientific abstracts have become less readable over the past 130 years, in part because recent texts include more general scientific jargon than older texts.
Meta-Research: Tracking the popularity and outcomes of all bioRxiv preprints
Richard J Abdill, Ran Blekhman
Data are reported for the monthly number of uploads to and downloads from bioRxiv, and for the number of preprints that are later published in peer-reviewed journals.
Biochemistry and Chemical Biology
Point of View: How open science helps researchers succeed
Erin C McKiernan et al.
Open research practices bring significant benefits to researchers.
Philosophy of Biology: The challenges of big data biology
Understanding how data were collected and processed is an essential element of big data biology.
A theory of working memory without consciousness or sustained activity
Darinka Trübutschek et al.
Visual information can be maintained in non-conscious working memory for several seconds via short-term changes in synaptic weights.
Lunatic fringe-mediated Notch signaling regulates adult hippocampal neural stem cell maintenance
Fatih Semerci et al.
In adult mouse hippocampus, neural stem cell and their progeny communicate via Lunatic Fringe mediated Notch signaling to regulate stem cell quiescence, division, and fate.
Computational and Systems Biology
Saccadic suppression as a perceptual consequence of efficient sensorimotor estimation
Frédéric Crevecoeur, Konrad P Kording
Neural computations necessary for efficient control of saccades capture the phenomenon of saccadic suppression, which suggests that neural resources are shared for perception and control.
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
parasites deploy RhopH2 into the host erythrocyte to obtain nutrients, grow and replicate
Natalie A Counihan et al.
Plasmodium parasites secrete RhopH2 from the rhoptry organelle into their host red blood cell to facilitate the uptake of essential nutrients required for parasite replication and survival.
Perceptual decisions are biased by the cost to act
Nobuhiro Hagura et al.
When choosing between stimuli, the effort required to act on the resulting decision influences the processing of the stimuli themselves.
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