Vol 346, Issue 6212
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The presence of a DNA “exit gate” in a tripartite ring of proteins confirms that the ring holds together sister chromatid DNA strands.
Sediment cores from a buried canyon upstream of the Tsangpo Gorge support a rapid uplift event to explain gorge formation.
An exoplanet’s magnetic field is manifested as a particular absorption pattern in the transmitted spectrum of the host star.
Intercrossed mice infected with Ebola virus show a spectrum of pathology from prolonged coagulation to total resistance.
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