Humans are causing a massive animal extinction without precedent in 65 million years.
Metabolic inflammation activated by the TLR pathway plays an important role in kidney injuries in a mini-pig model of diabetes.
A metagenomics analysis of Arctic freshwater viral DNA communities uncovers unique genetics and bipolar lineages.
We demonstrate that laser beam shaping can be used to precisely control an electric discharge trail, avoiding or bypassing obstacles in the line of sight.
Increasingly frequent earthquakes in Oklahoma are linked to saltwater disposal.
- Mammalian SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling complexes and cancer: Mechanistic insights gained from human genomics
New human genetic findings paired with biochemical studies are challenging current thinking on the function of chromatin remodeling complexes.
Researchers have reconstructed a circadian clock that can function by itself in a living, non-circadian bacteria.
Isolation of bis(copper) complexes that are kinetically more active than their mononuclear counterparts in the most popular “click chemistry” reaction.
The architecture of the pore membrane can control translocation of a growing polysaccharide across the membrane and alter the final polymer structure.
Testosterone administration in human participants increased amygdala responses during threat approach and decreased it during threat avoidance.
Coral reef community responses vary but bioerosion increases under natural ocean acidification.
- Topological RPdBi half-Heusler semimetals: A new family of noncentrosymmetric magnetic superconductors
Tunable superconductivity and magnetism in noncentrosymmetric RPdBi provide a new route to exotic topological excitations.
Triceratops developed complex dental morphology, allowing it to become a dominant herbivore in the late Mesozoic era.
Nasal turf wars may provide the secrets to stopping staph.