Vol 356, Issue 6335
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The GLI2 transcription factor regulates stromal cell expression of signals controlling breast epithelial stem cell activity.
Discovery of additional immune cell subtypes will help identify functions and immune monitoring during disease.
Optical second-harmonic generation anisotropy measurements are used to deduce the symmetry of an electronic order.
Transformation of iron nanoparticles into hollow iron oxide structures through the Kirkendall effect is observed using x-rays.
- Biased partitioning of the multidrug efflux pump AcrAB-TolC underlies long-lived phenotypic heterogeneity
Skewed inheritance of drug-efflux machinery means older bacterial cells show greater antibiotic resistance than their daughters.
Establishment of benign anaerobic gut microbiota can be boosted by succinate to protect infant guts from pathogen invasion.