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Biochemistry and Chemical Biology
A RanGTP-independent mechanism allows ribosomal protein nuclear import for ribosome assembly
Sabina Schütz et al.
The Tsr2 carrier protein connects the nuclear import machinery with the ribosome assembly pathway.
A central role for the retrosplenial cortex in de novo environmental learning
Stephen D Auger et al.
Functional brain imaging of subjects while travelling through an alien virtual world reveals how brain regions encode novel environments from scratch thus enabling navigation.
The genomic landscape of human cellular circadian variation points to a novel role for the signalosome
Ludmila Gaspar et al.
Cellular genetics highlights differences in protein catabolism in general, and the COP9 signalosome in particular, as one major source of human cellular circadian variation.
mutation reveals a mechanism involving mitochondrial dynamics that leads to age-dependent retinal pathologies
Wei-Hua Lee et al.
The murine protein TMEM135 is a critical link between aging and age-dependent diseases.
The roles of vision and antennal mechanoreception in hawkmoth flight control
Ajinkya Dahake et al.
Mechanosensors in the antennae of hawkmoths provide rapid sensory feedback for the control of fast flight manoeuvres, which acts in parallel to visual information.
Brood care in a 100-million-year-old scale insect
Bo Wang et al.
The discovery of the earliest direct evidence of brood care in insects demonstrates a remarkably conserved egg-brooding reproductive strategy within scale insects in stasis for nearly 100 million years.
Genetics and Genomics
Evolving a 24-hr oscillator in budding yeast
Gregg A Wildenberg, Andrew W Murray
New complex traits can evolve through the elimination of genes in multiple unrelated pathways, rather than through the creation of new gene functions.
Open in order to: What we did for Open Access Week 2017
During Open Access Week 2017, we explored how the community is innovating on ‘open’ across the research ecosystem.
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