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Yap-lin28a axis targets let7-Wnt pathway to restore progenitors for initiating regeneration
Zhian Ye et al.
Atoh1+ HC precursors survive post severe injury and activate the Yap-Lin28 pathway to restore progenitor for initiating regeneration.
Immunology and Inflammation
Linker histone H1.2 and H1.4 affect the neutrophil lineage determination
Gabriel Sollberger et al.
Linker histones affect the lineage determination of granulocyte precursor cells via regulation of the transcription factor GATA-2.
Human Biology and Medicine
Paranoia as a deficit in non-social belief updating
Erin J Reed et al.
Epidemiology and Global Health
Estimates of the global burden of Japanese Encephalitis and the impact of vaccination from 2000-2015
Tran Minh Quan et al.
Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
A molecular filter for the cnidarian stinging response
Keiko Weir et al.
Cnidarian stinging cells use a specialized voltage-gated calcium channel to integrate distinct sensory signals and selectively trigger a predatory response.
Presynaptic APP levels and synaptic homeostasis are regulated by Akt phosphorylation of Huntingtin
Julie Bruyère et al.
Limitation of adipose tissue by the number of embryonic progenitor cells
Kristina Hedbacker et al.
The size of subcutaneous, but not visceral, fat depots is dependent on the number of embryonic adipocyte progenitors.
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
HIV efficiently infects T cells from the endometrium and remodels them to promote systemic viral spread
Tongcui Ma et al.
CD4+ T cells from the female reproductive tract are unusually susceptible to HIV infection and are altered by HIV in ways that promote survival and systemic spread of the virus.
Computational and Systems Biology
Physics of Living Systems
Nuclei determine the spatial origin of mitotic waves
Felix Eduard Nolet et al.
Chromosomes and Gene Expression
Srsf10 and the minor spliceosome control tissue-specific and dynamic SR protein expression
Stefan Meinke et al.
Competition between minor and major splice sites in SRSF10 controls cell type-dependent expression of all SR-proteins and reveals a global impact of the minor spliceosome on major intron splicing.
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