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Genome-scale analysis reveals positive and negative binding of transcription factors to methylated CpG dinucleotides.
Distributed and flexible patterning combines with cell-cell interactions to establish rows of sensory bristles on the fly thorax.
Stable epigenetic modifications can be introduced into stem cells via precise and targeted manipulation of DNA methylation.
An interleukin controls a metabolic switch in macrophages that inhibits a signaling pathway, thereby suppressing intestinal inflammation.
A future, more acidic ocean could be less productive, despite the fertilizing effects of elevated CO2.
Ongoing selection against rare protein-disrupting mutations depends on an individual’s relative decline in fitness with each additional mutation.