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986 ESCRT Machinery Is Required for Plasma
A. J. Jimenez et al.
ESCRT proteins repair small wounds in
the plasma membrane by shearing off
Research Article Summary; for full text:
987 Lost in Transition: Start-Up of Glycolysis
Yields Subpopulations of Nongrowing Cells
J. H. van Heerden et al.
One source of nongenetic variation in
yeast can be traced to distinct steady-state
levels of glycolysis.
Research Article Summary; for full text:
988 Global Anisotropies in TeV Cosmic Rays
Related to the Sun’s Local Galactic
Environment from IBEX
N. A. Schwadron et al.
Local interstellar conditions play a role in
ordering very-high-energy cosmic rays in
the Sun’s immediate environment.
990 Nanoporous BiVO4 Photoanodes with Dual-Layer Oxygen Evolution Catalysts
for Solar Water Splitting
T. W. Kim and K.-S. Choi
A high-surface-area morphology of bismuth
vanadate enhances the proportion of
photogenerated holes that can oxidize water.
994 A Direct Quantitative Measure of Surface
Mobility in a Glassy Polymer
Y. Chai et al.
A step geometry is used to probe the behavior
of a glassy polymer above and below its glass
>> Perspective p. 975
999 Rapid Thinning of Pine Island Glacier
in the Early Holocene
J. S. Johnson et al.
Pine Island Glacier in Antarctica thinned
rapidly, as it is doing now, at least once
before in the past 8000 years.
1002 Promoter-Bound Trinucleotide Repeat
mRNA Drives Epigenetic Silencing in
Fragile X Syndrome
D. Colak et al.
An abnormal activation of gene silencing
underlies fragile X syndrome.
1006 Phonetic Feature Encoding in Human
Superior Temporal Gyrus
N. Mesgarani et al.
The human auditory cortex encodes what speech
>> Perspective p. 978
1010 Detection of a Recurrent DNAJB1-PRKACA
Chimeric Transcript in Fibrolamellar
J. N. Honeyman et al.
A rare form of liver cancer affecting young
adults expresses a chimeric kinase that may
contribute to pathogenesis.
1014 Chemical Warfare Among Invaders:
A Detoxification Interaction Facilitates
an Ant Invasion
E. G. LeBrun et al.
After fire ants invade, they can be invaded
in turn by tawny crazy ants.
>> Perspective p. 974
1017 Resurrecting Surviving Neandertal Lineages
from Modern Human Genomes
B. Vernot and J. M. Akey
Ancestral Neandertal sequences within extant
humans reveal that positive and purifying
selection has occurred.
1021 Molecular Editing of Cellular Responses by
the High-Affinity Receptor for IgE
R. Suzuki et al.
One receptor uses different signals to achieve
>> Perspective p. 982
1025 Cell Surface ABP1-TMK Auxin-Sensing
Complex Activates ROP GTPase Signaling
T. Xu et al.
An alternate signaling route for the plant
hormone auxin goes directly inside from
the cell surface.
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