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26 May 2015, VOL 8, ISSUE 378

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Timothy Travers et al.

Phosphorylation of a tyrosine in the disordered N-terminal region of ACTN4 functions as a switch exposing a second site for phosphorylation.

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Runchi Gao et al.

A screen in Dictyostelium reveals that mTORC2 signaling participates in electrotaxis, as well as chemotaxis.

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26 May 2015

A genetic screen identifies signaling pathways important for electrotaxis in the slime mold Dictyostelium discoideum. (14 minutes)

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Navneet Singh et al.

Exploiting the dependence of some cancer cells on an ER stress response pathway may overcome resistance to some chemotherapeutics.

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