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Wei Wong
19 October 2010: ec318.
Apoptotic cells release ATP and UTP through pannexin 1 to recruit phagocytes that clear them. Abstract »  
Nancy R. Gough
19 October 2010: ec319.
Mice genetically deficient in prion protein (PrPC) exhibit slower muscle regeneration after injury. Abstract »  
Annalisa M. VanHook
19 October 2010: ec320.
Natriuretic peptide signaling maintains meiotic arrest in oocytes. Abstract »  
Wei Wong
19 October 2010: ec321.
The relative abundance of VEGFR determines whether an endothelial cell can successfully compete for the tip cell position in a vascular sprout. Abstract »  
Nancy R. Gough
19 October 2010: ec322.
Cytoplasmic cytohesins promote the active conformation of ligand-bound epidermal growth factor receptors. Abstract »  
Caroline Ash
19 October 2010: ec323.
Food-poisoning pathogen uses a host enzyme to activate its virulence factors. Abstract »  
Kristen L. Mueller
19 October 2010: ec324.
In vivo dynamic imaging reveals the underlying mechanisms of recruitment of neutrophils into injured tissue. Abstract »  
Paula A. Kiberstis
19 October 2010: ec325.
The master pacemaker in the mammalian brain resists the resetting effect of temperature to provide a universal entraining signal. Abstract »  
Peter R. Stern
19 October 2010: ec326.
Selective manipulation of neuron subtypes produces opposite effects on behavioral responses to cocaine. Abstract »  


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Ponnuswamy Mohanasundaram and Muniesh Muthaiyan Shanmugam
19 October 2010: jc7.
Exocytosis at syntaxin-4–enriched membrane domains is important for long-term potentiation. Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  


Research Articles

Jesse C. Patterson, Evguenia S. Klimenko, and Jeremy Thorner
19 October 2010: ra75.
Yeast cells can respond simultaneously to pheromone and hyperosmotic stress. Editor's Summary »   Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »   Supplementary Materials »  



Sherry L. Spinelli, Sanjay B. Maggirwar, Neil Blumberg, and Richard P. Phipps
19 October 2010: pe37.
Transcription factors find new functions in these anucleated cells. Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  
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