Vol 358, Issue 6365
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NLR binding to bacterial flagellin entails the recognition of multiple ligand surfaces, which limits easy microbial evasion.
Extended gamma-ray emission around nearby pulsars indicates that positrons arriving at Earth must have an exotic origin.
Population-wide differences in color patterns in snapdragon flowers are caused by an inverted gene duplication that generates small RNAs.
A long-term Nicaraguan pediatric cohort reveals that a narrow range of preexisting antibody titers increases the risk of severe dengue disease.
Zika virus has recently acquired a single mutation in its precursor membrane protein (prM) that exacerbates fetal microcephaly.
The cryo–electron microscopy structure of the yeast mitochondrial FO complex explains dimerization, membrane bending, and proton translocation.