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Annalisa VanHook
8 April 2008: ec122.
Lymphotactin has two independent, stable, biologically active conformations. Abstract »  
Elizabeth M. Adler
8 April 2008: ec123.
Sirt1 influences neural progenitor cell fate. Abstract »  
John F. Foley
8 April 2008: ec124.
Tryptophan aminotransferase in Arabidopsis (TAA1) responds to internal and external signals to catalyze the local production of a precursor of the hormone auxin. Abstract »  
Nancy R. Gough
8 April 2008: ec125.
The architecture of the biofilm controls bacterial differentiation. Abstract »  
Annalisa VanHook
8 April 2008: ec126.
The extracellular domain of calsyntenin is required for learning in C. elegans. Abstract »  
Beverly A. Purnell
8 April 2008: ec127.
A protein necessary for reprogramming skin fibroblasts to pluripotent stem cells is an RNA binding protein that normally inhibits microRNA processing in embryonic cells. Abstract »  
L. Bryan Ray
8 April 2008: ec128.
Ras oncogenes act through nitric oxide synthase to promote tumor growth. Abstract »  



Elizabeth M. Adler and John F. Foley
8 April 2008: pc3.
Mutations in the IGF-1 receptor are associated with longer life span in humans. Abstract »   Full Text »   Podcast »  



Jing Liu, Ming Cheng Liu, and Kevin K. W. Wang
8 April 2008: re1.
Physiological activation of calpains may play a role in memory, whereas pathological activation leads to cell death. Gloss »   Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »   Animations »  
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