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How do oil and other toxins move from deep water onto the beach? Using dye and drones, a team of scientists conduct a series of experiments to explore how ocean currents transport material from offsho...

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Inducing cardiomyocyte division

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BRCA2 Bandages Stalled Forks

BRCA2 Bandages Stalled Forks - Maria Jasin and Katharina Schlacher reveal a new function for the breast cancer tumor suppressor BRCA2: in addition to repairing DNA damage, it prevents breaks from occu...

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Replication-Competent Noninduced Proviruses in the Latent Reservoir Increase Barrier to HIV-1 Cure

Robert Siliciano and colleagues talk about their latest findings showing that the number of HIV proviruses in the latent reservoir is greater than previously thought, underscoring the need to re-evalu...

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Moonlight Mass Migration of Zooplankton/ Curr. Biol., Jan. 7, 2016 (Vol. 26, Issue 2)

Moonlight Mass Migration of Zooplankton/ Curr. Biol., Jan. 7, 2016 (Vol. 26, Issue 2) - YouTube...

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Pancreatic Beta Cell Dedifferentiation as a Mechanism of Diabetic Beta Cell Failure

Domenico Accili challenges a prevalent view that pancreatic Beta cells undergo apoptosis in conditions that induce diabetes, suggesting instead that dedifferentiation is a major mechanism of Beta cell...

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D2 Receptor-DISC1 Complex and Antipsychotic Effects

D2 Receptor-DISC1 Complex and Antipsychotic Effects - Our lab has identified a novel interaction between D2 receptor and DISC1, and this complex was found to be increased in postmortem brain tissues o...

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With Age Comes Representational Wisdom in Social Signals

With Age Comes Representational Wisdom in Social Signals - Philippe Schyns and colleagues at the University of Glasgow explain how they used reverse correlation from noise to characterize mental repre...

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Modeling Cancer with Stem Cells/ Cell, April 9, 2015 (Vol. 161, Issue 2)

Modeling Cancer with Stem Cells/ Cell, April 9, 2015 (Vol. 161, Issue 2) - YouTube...

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Complement-Dependent Inflammation in Cancer / Cell, Feb. 12, 2015 (Vol. 160, Issue 4)

Complement-Dependent Inflammation in Cancer / Cell, Feb. 12, 2015 (Vol. 160, Issue 4) - YouTube...

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Hearing in a Jumping Spider/ Curr. Biol., Oct. 13, 2016 (Vol. 26, Issue 21)

Hearing in a Jumping Spider/ Curr. Biol., Oct. 13, 2016 (Vol. 26, Issue 21) - Jumping spiders (Salticidae) are famous for their visually driven behaviors [ 1 ]. Here, however, we present behavioral an...

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Science in Action: 189 NewSpecies | California Academy of Sciences

Science in Action: 189 NewSpecies | California Academy of Sciences - YouTube...

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Figure360: Trends in Cancer, Rozhok et al., Figure 2

Figure360: Trends in Cancer, Rozhok et al., The Armitage–Doll multistage model of carcinogenesis refocused cancer science by postulating that carcinogenesis is driven by a sequence of genetic changes ...

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Signal Use by Octopuses in Agonistic Interactions/ Curr. Biol., Jan. 28, 2016 (Vol. 26, Issue 3)

Signal Use by Octopuses in Agonistic Interactions/ Curr. Biol., Jan. 28, 2016 (Vol. 26, Issue 3) - YouTube...

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PLANTS Transport of defense compounds from source to sink - learnt lessons from glucosinolates

PLANTS Transport of defense compounds from source to sink - learnt lessons from glucosinolates - YouTube...

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Auditory Closed-Loop Stimulation of Sleep Slow Oscillations

Slow oscillations play a causal role in the consolidation of memory during sleep. In this video, Hong-Viet Ngo and Jan Born describe how they synchronized the presentation of auditory clicks to the br...

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Argonaute Decoy Breaks the Silence

Argonaute Decoy Breaks the Silence - Argonaute proteins silence gene expression by binding small RNAs. Now, Xiuren Zhang and colleagues discover that AGO10 in plants achieves the opposite effect: it b...

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DNA Loops Drive Digit Development

The clustering of regulatory elements within a gene desert provides an evolutionary palette for the development of fingers and toes, explains Denis Duboule....

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Network Oscillations and Information Flow

Network Oscillations and Information Flow - Changes in patterns of oscillatory activity may influence signal routing among interconnected brain areas. In this video abstract, Thomas Akam and Dimitri K...

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Lamination Speeds the Functional Development of Visual Circuits

Lamination Speeds the Functional Development of Visual Circuits - YouTube...

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