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CON TENTS 41 & 101 Carbon flux in warming soil
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79 ATOMIC PHYSICS
The Rydberg constant and proton size
from atomic hydrogen A. Beyer et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 39
85 HIV THERAPY
Trispecific broadly neutralizing HIV
antibodies mediate potent SHIV
protection in macaques L. Xu et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 46
90 OPTICAL CLOCKS
A Fermi-degenerate three-dimensional
optical lattice clock S. L. Campbell et al.
94 LASER PHYSICS
Spatiotemporal mode-locking in
multimode fiber lasers L. G. Wright et al.
superstructures at general grain
boundaries in a nickel-bismuth alloy
Z. Yu et al.
101 GLOBAL CARBON CYCLE
Long-term pattern and magnitude of
soil carbon feedback to the climate
system in a warming world
J. M. Melillo et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 41
Interactions between brain and spinal
cord mediate value effects in nocebo
hyperalgesia A. Tinnermann et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 44; PODCAST
A worldwide survey of neonicotinoids in
honey E. A. D. Mitchell et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 38
Visualizing the function and fate of
neutrophils in sterile injury and repair
J. Wang et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 42
116 STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
Fibril structure of amyloid-β(1– 42) by
L. Gremer et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 45
Mitotic transcription and waves of gene
reactivation during mitotic exit
K. C. Palozola et al.
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U.S.-Iran science exchange
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142 WORKING LIFE
Hard data and human empathy
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45 THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF
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