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DNA replication machinery stably encircles replicating DNA and is actively disassembled once replication is complete.
A new microscope allows three-dimensional imaging of living systems at very high resolution in real time.
A polar fullerene derivative layered on the cathode of a polymer solar cell fosters simultaneous stability and efficiency.
Simultaneous measurements of structural and optical properties are used to study optically excited vanadium dioxide.
Optogenetic manipulation of neuronal activity as memories form can impair acquisition of working memory.
A biosynthetic pathway split between young and old individual ferns controls hormonal signaling that regulates sex determination.
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