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Single-cell sequencing of Hydra, a small freshwater cnidarian, uncovers gene expression underlying ongoing tissue homeostasis.
The liquid-like nucleolar compartment prevents irreversible protein aggregation and promotes nuclear proteome maintenance.
The accumulation of neutral mutations in bacterial DNA provides access to otherwise inaccessible regions of protein sequence space.
When exposed directly to gaseous CO2, cobalt phthalocyanine catalyzes its electroreduction to CO at high current density.