CONTEN TS 1071, 1113, & 1117 How chemokines bind their receptors
6 MARCH 2015 • VOLUME 347 • ISSUE 6226
1109 From Science and other
Dynamic profiling of the protein life
cycle in response to pathogens
M. Jovanovic et al.
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DEPAR TMEN TS
It starts with a poster
By Marcia McNutt
1166 WORKING LIFE
Oh the humanities!
By Kevin Boehnke
1113 Structural basis for chemokine
recognition and activation of a viral
G protein–coupled receptor
J. S. Burg et al.
1117 Crystal structure of the chemokine
receptor CXCR4 in complex with a
viral chemokine L. Qin et al.
▶ PERSPEC TIVE P. 1071
Multiple images of a highly magnified
supernova formed by an early-type
cluster galaxy lens P. L. Kelly et al.
▶ GENERAL RELATIVT Y TURNS 100 P. 1082
1126 STELLAR DYNAMICS
The fastest unbound star in our Galaxy
ejected by a thermonuclear supernova
S. Geier et al.
1129 QUANTUM ELECTRONICS
Probing Johnson noise and ballistic
transport in normal metals with a
single-spin qubit S. Kolkowitz et al.
▶ PERSPEC TIVE P. 1073
1132 REPELLENT MATERIALS
Robust self-cleaning surfaces that
function when exposed to either air or
oil Y. Lu et al.
1135 PROTEIN IMAGING
Single-protein spin resonance
spectroscopy under ambient conditions
F. Shi et al.
▶ PERSPEC TIVE P. 1072
1138 BRAIN STRUCTURE
Cell types in the mouse cortex and
hippocampus revealed by single-cell
RNA-seq A. Zeisel et al.
1142 FRESHWATER ECOLOGY
Experimental nutrient additions
accelerate terrestrial carbon loss
from stream ecosystems
A. D. Rosemond et al.
1075 BEING SMAR T ABOU T SMAR T
ENVIRONMENTAL TARGE TS
Focus on the negotiation
process, not just the end target
By S. L. Maxwell et al.
BOOKS ET AL.
1077 WHY DID THE CHICKEN
CROSS THE WORLD?
By A. Lawler, reviewed by G. Larson
1078 EINSTEIN’S UNIFICATION
By J. van Dongen, reviewed by M. Janssen
▶ GENERAL RELATIVTY TURNS 100 P. 1082
1079 A BET TER WAY FORWARD
FOR BRAZIL’S FISHERIES
By F. Di Dario et al.
1079 COMPLEX ECOLOGY OF
By X.-W. Huang et al.
By Z. Ma and B. Li
1080 TECHNICAL COMMENT
1145 POLITICAL ECONOMY
On the endogeneity of political
preferences: Evidence from individual
experience with democracy
N. Fuchs-Schündeln and M. Schündeln
1148 NUCLEAR PORES
Architecture of the nuclear pore
complex coat T. Stuwe et al.
1152 PROTEIN TARGETING
Structure of the Get3 targeting
factor in complex with its membrane
protein cargo A. Mateja et al.
1155 EVOLUTIONARY GENOMICS
Evolutionary changes in promoter
and enhancer activity during human
S. K. Reilly et al.
Science Staff ............................................ 1046
New Products........................................... 1160
Science Careers ........................................ 1161