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Structural analysis of herpes simplex virus by optical super-resolution imaging

 
In Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) this week – Protein crystallography shows how bacterial toxins are activated

 
Published in Modern Pathology

 
Erythropoiesis - Fbxo7 helps to stop cell division during red blood cell development

 
A LAIR1 insertion generates broadly reactive antibodies against malaria variant antigens

 
Maternal NK cell recognition of the placenta determines reproductive success

 
MYO6 is targeted by Salmonella virulence effectors to trigger PI3-kinase signaling and pathogen invasion into host cells

 
Human fetal dendritic cells promote prenatal T-cell immune suppression through arginase-2

 
Protein-directed ribosomal frameshifting temporally regulates gene expression

 
Structure and mechanotransmission mechanism of the MacB superfamily

 
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Graphing of village networks in Uganda reveals determinants of success of large-scale treatment campaigns

 
CamPathology 2018 lent

 
New guide to help identify and measure levels of genetic markers in blood

 
New insights into early interactions between Chlamydia and mammalian host cells

 
New insights into an essential bacterial protein trafficking system

 
Professor Jim Kaufman elected as an EMBO member

 
Secrets of Pregnancy

 
A newly discovered enterovirus protein facilitates virus growth in gut epithelial cells

 
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An upstream open reading frame in enteroviruses encodes a newly discovered, twelfth viral protein (orange), breaking the established dogma of single-polyprotein (blue) gene expression in enteroviruses