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Biochemistry and Chemical Biology
Science Forum: Addressing selective reporting of experiments through predefined exclusion criteria
Kleber Neves, Olavo B Amaral
Researchers should define in advance the criteria for excluding the results of experiments that 'did not work' from articles.
Point of View: Mitigating the impact of conference and travel cancellations on researchers’ futures
Tracey Weissgerber et al.
As the scientific community adapts to new working conditions in response to the growing pandemic, early-career researchers recommend actions to help lessen the unintended consequences of canceled conferences.
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Plant Disease: Autophagy under attack
Paul de Figueiredo, Marty Dickman
Unfolded Protein Response: Modulating protein quality control
Lars Plate et al.
Retinoblastoma Protein: Disruptive influence
Giulio Cossu et al.
Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
Piezo1 Ion Channels: An alternative to force
Amanda Patel et al.
Cell Biology: New twists in the unfolded protein response
Benedict C S Cross, David Ron
Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
Insulin: Folding mutations suppress early beta-cell proliferation
Honey Modi, James D Johnson
Exploring how proliferation and maturation of beta-cells can be impaired after birth will shed light on the origins of various forms of diabetes.
The Natural History of Model Organisms: From molecular manipulation of domesticated
to survival in nature
Severin Sasso et al.
Dubbed the 'green yeast', the model alga
has profoundly advanced many areas of biology, but much remains to be learnt about its life in the wild.
Point of View: Predictive regulation and human design
Why does the human regulatory system, which evolution tuned for small satisfactions, now constantly demand 'more'?
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