Vol 367, Issue 6477
This Week in Science
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Neuronal somata possess specialized, preformed sites through which microglia monitor their status and exert neuroprotection.
- Catalyst-controlled doubly enantioconvergent coupling of racemic alkyl nucleophiles and electrophiles
A chiral nickel catalyst forms a single product from two different mirror-image pairs of alkyl reactants.
Engineered gut bacteria induce immune responses to control honey bee gene expression and protect bees against pathogens and parasites.
Pulsar-timing observations detect frame dragging via the Lense–Thirring effect, a prediction of general relativity.
- N6-methyladenosine of chromosome-associated regulatory RNA regulates chromatin state and transcription
Chromosome-associated regulatory RNAs modified by N6-methyladenosine regulate chromatin and transcription.
An epigenetic therapy can eliminate preleukemia cells and delay leukemia development in a mouse model.