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Irish potato famine mystery solved 170 years later by biologists in Germany (National Post)
Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
DNA Helicases: Molecular watchdogs on genome patrol
Gheorghe Chistol, Johannes Walter
Implications of being born late in the active season for growth, fattening, torpor use, winter survival and fecundity
Britta Mahlert et al.
Being born late in the active season is associated with a fast life history in a hibernating species, the garden dormouse (
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Impact of a decade of successful antiretroviral therapy initiated at HIV-1 seroconversion on blood and rectal reservoirs
Eva Malatinkova et al.
An early start to long-term antiretroviral therapy limits the size of the HIV-1 reservoir more effectively than treatment that starts later.
Biochemistry and Chemical Biology
Synergy between the small intrinsically disordered protein Hsp12 and trehalose sustain viability after severe desiccation
Skylar Xantus Kim et al.
Two small, energy independent stress effectors are able to counteract all of the major insults imposed by severe water loss.
Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
Chromosomes and Gene Expression
Histone demethylase Lsd1 represses hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell signatures during blood cell maturation
Marc A Kerenyi et al.
Lysine-specific demethylase 1 (Lsd1) has an essential role during both the early and later stages of blood cell development.
Evolution of insect olfactory receptors
Christine Missbach et al.
Insect specific olfactory receptors are not an adaptation to a terrestrial insect lifestyle, but evolved later in insect evolution.
Acute stress enhances adult rat hippocampal neurogenesis and activation of newborn neurons via secreted astrocytic FGF2
Elizabeth D Kirby et al.
Exposing rats to acute stress increased the generation of new neurons in a subregion of the hippocampus, and improved the animals' performance in a memory task two weeks later.
Bleaching causes loss of disease resistance within the threatened coral species
Erinn M Muller et al.
Standing genetic variation for disease resistance may be continuously lost during recurring warm water episodes because of widespread susceptibility of disease-resistant genotypes to bleaching and the independence between these two traits.
Novel origin of lamin-derived cytoplasmic intermediate filaments in tardigrades
Lars Hering et al.
A newly discovered cytoplasmic intermediate filament in water bears may help these animals to resist extreme environmental conditions.
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