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- Activation of PKA leads to mesenchymal-to-epithelial transition and loss of tumor-initiating ability
Tumor-initiating cells differentiate to a more benign state when treated with drugs that activate protein kinase A.
Interactions between the membrane proximal regions of the HIV-1 glycoprotein and two neutralizing antibodies are visualized.
Thermal transport is enhanced near the charge-neutrality point in graphene, owing to the dominant interelectron interactions.
Light emission, actuation, and sensing are combined in a stretchable electronic material suitable for soft robotics.
Antibodies from a survivor of the 2014 outbreak bind to the membrane proximal region of the Ebola virus glycoprotein.
RNA polymerase uses a “discriminator” element and promoter “scrunching” to help choose where to start transcription.
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