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Transport Proteins: Getting to grips with ammonium
Yi Wang, Jonathan A Javitch
Meta-Research: Questionable research practices may have little effect on replicability
Rolf Ulrich, Jeff Miller
Although questionable research practices inflate false positive rates, they have little effect on replicability because they also increase power.
Optogenetics: Exciting inhibition in primates
Wim Vanduffel, Xiaolian Li
A new genetic marker enables precise control over a group of inhibitory neurons in monkeys.
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.
Computational and Systems Biology
Genetic Novelty: How new genes are born
Urminder Singh, Eve Syrkin Wurtele
Analysis of yeast, fly and human genomes suggests that sequence divergence is not the main source of orphan genes.
The Natural History of Model Organisms: Insights into the evolution of social systems and species from baboon studies
Julia Fischer et al.
Wild baboons are an excellent model to study complex evolutionary processes such as speciation and hybridization, as well as the links between sociality, longevity and reproductive success.
Point of View: Hidden value
Brooke Morriswood, Oliver Hoeller
The fact that it is difficult to evaluate and compare the outputs of individual researchers might actually be good for science.
DNA Replication: Rethinking origin licensing
Stephen P Bell
Human cells that lack a subunit in their origin recognition complex are viable, which suggests the existence of alternative mechanisms to initiate DNA replication.
Point of View: Predictive regulation and human design
Why does the human regulatory system, which evolution tuned for small satisfactions, now constantly demand 'more'?
Addressing the ethical issues raised by synthetic human entities with embryo-like features
John Aach et al.
Guidelines governing research into embryos need to be updated in a way that reflects the moral status of synthetic human entities generated using the methods of synthetic biology.
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