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The Imprint of the Extragalactic Background
Light in the Gamma-Ray Spectra of Blazars
M. Ackermann et al.
Para-Aminosalicylic Acid Acts as an Alternative
Substrate of Folate Metabolism in Mycobacterium
S. Chakraborty et al.
Mice Lacking a Myc Enhancer That
Includes Human SNP rs6983267 Are Resistant
to Intestinal Tumors
I. K. Sur et al.
Content-Specific Fronto-Parietal Synchronization
During Visual Working Memory
R. F. Salazar et al.
Influence of Threonine Metabolism on
S-Adenosylmethionine and Histone Methylation
N. Shyh-Chang et al.
The Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment
30 October issue: http://scim.ag/ss103012
RESEARCH ARTICLE: Mice Lacking the
ITIM-Containing Receptor G6b-B Exhibit
Macrothrombocytopenia and Aberrant
A. Mazharian et al.
Y. A. Senis and A. M. VanHook
An inhibitory receptor ensures that megakaryocytes
produce proper numbers of functional platelets.
MEETING REPORT: Stress Response
and Child Health
E. Charmandari et al.
Endocrine and inflammatory responses to stress
affect many aspects of development, physiology,
PRESENTATION: Prenatal Stress, Telomere Biology,
and Fetal Programming of Health and Disease Risk
S. Entringer et al.
Telomere biology may link intrauterine stress to
newborn, child, and adult health and disease risk.
PRESENTATION: Protein Complexes and Target
Genes Identification by in Vivo Biotinylation—
The STAT5 Paradigm
A transcription factor’s interacting partners and
target genes can reveal context-specific signaling
and transcriptional outputs.
Comment and Response on “Multiyear Prediction
of Monthly Mean Atlantic Meridional Overturning
Circulation at 26.5°N”
Comment: G. A. Vecchi et al.
Response: D. Matei et al.
REVIEW: Computational Medicine—Translating
Models to Clinical Care
R. L. Winslow et al.
Modeling molecular networks, physiology, and
anatomy could improve personalized medicine.
Free Career Resources for Scientists
A Modest Workforce Proposal
An NAS report forgoes skills-gap rhetoric
and focuses on DOD’s needs.
Taken for Granted: Ethics Across Borders
B. L. Benderly
Different approaches to responsible research conduct
challenge scientists working internationally.
B. Lindstaedt et al.
It sounds obvious, but when choosing a career path,
you need to think hard about what you like to do.
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Dinosaurs Sprouted Wings Earlier Than Previously
However, these wings were probably used for
courtship or brooding rather than flight.
Oceans Getting Too Hot to Handle?
Tropical marine organisms are shifting northward as
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Integrating Medicine and Science
31 October issue: http://scim.ag/stm103112
RESEARCH ARTICLE: Food-Grade Bacteria
Expressing Elafin Protect Against Inflammation
and Restore Colon Homeostasis
J. P. Motta et al.
Gut bacteria engineered to make a protease inhibitor
inhibit inflammation and heal colitis in mice.
RESEARCH ARTICLE: Immune Parameters
Correlate with Protection Against Ebola Virus
Infection in Rodents and Nonhuman Primates
G. Wong et al.
Antibody induction may serve as a surrogate for
survival in protecting against Ebola infection.
RESEARCH ARTICLE: Window Reveals a Pre-
Micrometastasis Stage During Liver Metastasis
L. Ritsma et al.
FOCUS: A Window into Metastasis
D. Brucker et al.
An abdominal window allows imaging of cancer
metastasis in real time.
EDITORIAL: Emerging Economies, Enduring
B. Onaral and K. LaMarco
Mutually beneficial innovation alliances are built on
belief in a joint mission and a shared vision.
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