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Sensory Perception
A Correction to the Perspective Titled: “Intracellular Signaling and the Origins of the Sensations of Itch and Pain” by S.-K. Han and M. I. Simon
Sci. Signal. 4, er3 (23 August 2011)

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Online Cover This week features a Perspective that describes how phosphorylation of the autophagy adaptor optineurin by TBK1, a kinase involved in innate immune responses, limits the growth of a bacterial pathogen. The image shows a Salmonella bacterium in the initial stages of being engulfed by an autophagosome. [Image: Bricelyn Strauch, Science Signaling]

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