Vol 356, Issue 6334
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The combination of GPS and InSAR data after the Kumamoto earthquake in Japan allows for an estimate of regional rock rheology.
Ultraviolet damage in perovskite photovoltaics induced by TiO2 in the electron-transporting layer can be avoided with La-doped BaSnO3.
Antibodies against dengue and West Nile viruses cross-react with anti–Zika virus antibodies to enhance infection and fever in mice.
Computers can learn which words go together more or less often and can thus mimic human performance on a test of implicit bias.
A structure thought to be required for division plane selection in plants merely refines division plane position by reducing spindle rotation.
- Landscape of immunogenic tumor antigens in successful immunotherapy of virally induced epithelial cancer
Reactive T cells directed against nonviral antigens lead to regression of human papilloma virus–positive cervical cancer.
An intermediate chromatin structure comprising a dinucleosome may give insight into how nucleosome repositioning occurs.
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