Data from the controversial website Sci-Hub reveal that the whole world turns to it for journal articles.
Structural details reveal how pathogens protect against oxidative stress and nitric oxide.
Surveillance of Ebola virus disease flare-ups uncovers a reduced rate of Ebola virus evolution during persistent infections.
Pleistocene sea-level change transformed staghorn corals into prolific reef builders that are sensitive to anthropogenic stressors.
Magma beneath Mt. Paektu may be associated with an episode of volcanic unrest that occurred between 2002 and 2005.
Fluctuations of twisted beams of random light, such as sunlight, lead to an angular Hanbury Brown–Twiss effect.
Photons can have a half-integer angular momentum.
Supervised autonomous in vivo robotic surgery is possible on soft tissues and outperforms standard clinical techniques in a dynamic preclinical environment.
Combined blockade of TSLP, IL-25, and IL-33 may be needed to treat some forms of progressive inflammation and fibrosis.
This Review discusses the use of optogenetics in the spinal cord and peripheral nervous system, distills the key results achieved thus far, and discusses the translational potential.
A newborn screen for Niemann-Pick disease type C was developed on the basis of discovery of a bile acid marker.
PERK may promote blood vessel growth in oxygen-deprived muscles by ensuring the production of angiogenic factors.
The balance in the proportions of innate lymphoid cell subsets depends on signaling by the receptor Notch2.
Opposing signals in the tissue microenvironment balance the number of intestinal group 3 innate lymphoid cells.