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Science Signaling  11 Apr 2017:
Vol. 10, Issue 474, eaan3880
DOI: 10.1126/scisignal.aan3880

This week’s articles identify a potential cause for the development of celiac disease and a method for targeting an AMPA receptor agonist to specific neurons.


Viruses compound dietary pathology

Bouziat et al. found that a nonpathogenic virus can promote inflammatory immunity to dietary antigens and may be linked to the development of celiac disease (see also Verdu and Caminero).


A tailored look at behavioral pharmacology

Shields et al. developed a technique, DART (Drugs Acutely Restricted by Tethering), that rapidly localizes drugs to the surface of specific neurons.

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