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COVER Inflammation is a common feature of many human diseases. Moreover, it is becoming increasingly clear that it is also integral to a variety of core biological processes, including metabolism, wound healing, and neurological development. This special issue highlights recent advances in our understanding of inflammation biology, especially its role in homeostasis, cell death, interorgan cross-talk, and viral infection. See page 1068.

Illustration: Maria Corte

Science

  • Volume 374|
  • Issue 6571|
  • 26 Nov 2021

COVER Inflammation is a common feature of many human diseases. Moreover, it is becoming increasingly clear that it is also integral to a variety of core biological processes, including metabolism, wound healing, and neurological development. This special issue highlights recent advances in our understanding of inflammation biology, especially its role in homeostasis, cell death, interorgan cross-talk, and viral infection. See page 1068.

Illustration: Maria Corte

Special issue

Inflammation

Introduction to Special Issue

    BY
    • Gemma Alderton
    • Seth Thomas Scanlon
  • : 1068-1069
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Reviews

    BY
    • Ruslan Medzhitov
  • : 1070-1075
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    BY
    • Kim Newton
    • Vishva M. Dixit
    • Nobuhiko Kayagaki
  • : 1076-1080
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    BY
    • Jean-Laurent Casanova
    • Laurent Abel
  • : 1080-1086
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    BY
    • Gulistan Agirman
    • Kristie B. Yu
    • Elaine Y. Hsiao
  • : 1087-1092
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Editorial

    BY
    • Madhukar Pai
    • Ayoade Olatunbosun-Alakija
  • : 1031-1031
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In Brief

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    • : 1032-1033
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    In Depth

      BY
      • Elizabeth Pennisi
    • : 1034-1035
    • FULL ACCESS
    New database could help solve mystery of tree “masting”
      BY
      • Elizabeth Pennisi
    • : 1035-1036
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    McMaster University, for now, hasn’t made findings on Jonathan Pruitt public
      BY
      • Jocelyn Kaiser
    • : 1036-1036
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    UK Biobank offers easy access to genomic database for researchers around the world
      BY
      • Gretchen Vogel
    • : 1037-1037
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    Legislation to help early-career researchers sparks national debate over how to address job insecurity
      BY
      • Jeffrey Mervis
    • : 1038-1038
    • FULL ACCESS
    NSF data show Black students take on more debt, are less likely to get certain grants

    Feature

      BY
      • Jon Cohen
    • : 1040-1045
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    Peter Daszak is fighting accusations that his work on pandemic prevention helped spark COVID-19

    Working Life

      BY
      • Avika Dixit
    • : 1166-1166
    • FULL ACCESS

    Letters

      BY
      • Ling Bai
      • Ling Zhou
    • : 1062-1063
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      BY
      • Bogdan Jaroszewicz
      • Katarzyna Nowak
      • Michał Żmihorski
    • : 1063-1063
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      BY
      • Sindy N. Escobar Alvarez
      • Wonder P. Drake
      • Lisa Evans
      • Elizabeth R. Myers
    • : 1063-1064
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    Books et al.

      BY
      • Fernanda Ferreira
    • : 1060-1060
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    Neglecting native languages has repercussions for individuals and for society
      BY
      • Erle C. Ellis
    • : 1061-1061
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    A bold reappraisal of human history upends long-held theories about early societies

    Essays

      BY
      • Lin Meng
    • : 1065-1066
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    Warmer and brighter cities trick trees into thinking that spring arrives earlier
      BY
      • Adrian Baez-Ortega
    • : 1066-1066
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    Mutations trace the evolution of an ancient tumor lineage
      BY
      • Wenfei Sun
    • : 1066-1066
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    The distinct properties of brown adipose tissue may be harnessed to mitigate obesity
      BY
      • Anete Romanauska
    • : 1066-1066
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    The inner nuclear membrane has an expanded role in lipid metabolism

    Policy Forum

      BY
      • Harry G. Broadman
      • Bruce R. Guile
      • David T. Delpy
      • Albert P. Pisano
    • : 1056-1058
    • FULL ACCESS
    Rules for S&T collaboration should be integrated with trade and investment agreements

    Perspectives

      BY
      • Santiago Tobón
    • : 1046-1047
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    Community policing did not improve trust or reduce crime
      BY
      • Jose L. Lado
    • : 1048-1049
    • FULL ACCESS
    Moiré patterns in van der Waal materials can be used for designing magnetic structures
      BY
      • Fred H. Gage
    • : 1049-1050
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    Dysregulated inflammatory responses and neuron maturation are observed in diseased human brains
      BY
      • Andreas Crivellin
      • Martin Hoferichter
    • : 1051-1052
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    Mounting evidence shows where the standard model may be incomplete
      BY
      • Esther Hoste
    • : 1052-1053
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    Wounding mobilizes stem cells that accumulate epigenetic memories and regenerate skin
      BY
      • Katrin Amunts
      • Thomas Lippert
    • : 1054-1055
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    Big data obtained from unraveling human brain structure raise processing demands

    In Other Journals

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      • YY
      • Stella M. Hurtley
      • Andrew M. Sugden
      • Caroline Ash
      • Yury Suleymanov
      • Brad Wible
      • Beverly A. Purnell
    • : 1095-1096
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    Editors’ selections from the current scientific literature

    In Science Journals

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      • Sacha Vignieri
      • Laura M. Zahn
      • Yury Suleymanov
      • Jake Yeston
      • Jelena Stajic
      • Di Jiang
      • Andrew M. Sugden
      • Courtney S. Malo
      • Gemma Alderton
      • Valda Vinson
      • Beverly A. Purnell
      • Pamela J. Hines
      • Ifor Williams
      • Leslie K. Ferrarelli
    • : 1094-1096
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    Highlights from the Science family of journals

    Reports

      BY
      • Tiancheng Song
      • Qi-Chao Sun
      • Eric Anderson
      • Chong Wang
      • Jimin Qian
      • Takashi Taniguchi
      • Kenji Watanabe
      • Michael A. McGuire
      • Rainer Stöhr
      • Di Xiao
      • Ting Cao
      • Jörg Wrachtrup
      • Xiaodong Xu
    • : 1140-1144
    • FULL ACCESS
    Nitrogen vacancy center magnetometry reveals the magnetic domains of twisted monolayer and trilayer structures of CrI3.
      BY
      • Allison T. Karp
      • J. Tyler Faith
      • Jennifer R. Marlon
      • A. Carla Staver
    • : 1145-1148
    • FULL ACCESS
    Increased grassland fire activity after megafaunal extinctions suggests that grazer controls on fire operate at continental scales.
      BY
      • Sebastian Geier
      • Nithiwadee Thaicharoen
      • Clément Hainaut
      • Titus Franz
      • Andre Salzinger
      • Annika Tebben
      • David Grimshandl
      • Gerhard Zürn
      • Matthias Weidemüller
    • : 1149-1152
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    Ultracold rubidium atoms in a Rydberg state form a basis for a programmable quantum simulator.
      BY
      • Qian Wang
      • Yan Xue
      • Laixing Zhang
      • Zhenhui Zhong
      • Suhua Feng
      • Changshi Wang
      • Lifan Xiao
      • Zhenlin Yang
      • C. Jake Harris
      • Zhe Wu
      • Jixian Zhai
      • Maojun Yang
      • Sisi Li
      • Steven E. Jacobsen
      • Jiamu Du
    • : 1152-1157
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    Structural studies, complemented by functional data, elucidate the dicing principle for Dicer endonucleases in plants and more widely.
      BY
      • Camille Le Roy
      • Dario Amadori
      • Samuel Charberet
      • Jaap Windt
      • Florian T. Muijres
      • Violaine Llaurens
      • Vincent Debat
    • : 1158-1162
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    Amazonian Morpho butterflies reveal a combined adaptive divergence of wing shape and flight behavior across forest strata.

    Research Articles

      BY
      • Graeme Blair
      • Jeremy M. Weinstein
      • Fotini Christia
      • Eric Arias
      • Emile Badran
      • Robert A. Blair
      • Ali Cheema
      • Ahsan Farooqui
      • Thiemo Fetzer
      • Guy Grossman
      • Dotan Haim
      • Zulfiqar Hameed
      • Rebecca Hanson
      • Ali Hasanain
      • Dorothy Kronick
      • Benjamin S. Morse
      • Robert Muggah
      • Fatiq Nadeem
      • Lily L. Tsai
      • Matthew Nanes
      • Tara Slough
      • Nico Ravanilla
      • Jacob N. Shapiro
      • Barbara Silva
      • Pedro C. L. Souza
      • Anna M. Wilke
    • FULL ACCESS
    Community policing may not improve police community relations in all contexts.
      BY
      • Kevin Andrew Uy Gonzales
      • Lisa Polak
      • Irina Matos
      • Matthew T. Tierney
      • Anita Gola
      • Ellen Wong
      • Nicole R. Infarinato
      • Maria Nikolova
      • Shijing Luo
      • Siqi Liu
      • Jesse S. S. Novak
      • Kenneth Lay
      • Hilda Amalia Pasolli
      • Elaine Fuchs
    • FULL ACCESS
    Stem cells accumulate a plethora of epigenetic memories of past experiences, which they recall to optimize tissue fitness.
      BY
      • Inna Ricardo-Lax
      • Joseph M. Luna
      • Tran Thi Nhu Thao
      • Jérémie Le Pen
      • Yingpu Yu
      • H.-Heinrich Hoffmann
      • William M. Schneider
      • Brandon S. Razooky
      • Javier Fernandez-Martinez
      • Fabian Schmidt
      • Yiska Weisblum
      • Bettina Salome Trüeb
      • Inês Berenguer Veiga
      • Kimberly Schmied
      • Nadine Ebert
      • Eleftherios Michailidis
      • Avery Peace
      • Francisco J. Sánchez-Rivera
      • Scott W. Lowe
      • Michael P. Rout
      • Theodora Hatziioannou
      • Paul D. Bieniasz
      • John T. Poirier
      • Margaret R. MacDonald
      • Volker Thiel
      • Charles M. Rice
    • : 1099-1106
    • Open Access
    SARS-CoV-2 replicon delivery particles enable basic studies and drug development efforts against SARS-CoV-2.
      BY
      • J. Terreros-Roncal
      • E. P. Moreno-Jiménez
      • M. Flor-García
      • C. B. Rodríguez-Moreno
      • M. F. Trinchero
      • F. Cafini
      • A. Rábano
      • M. Llorens-Martín
    • : 1106-1113
    • FULL ACCESS
    Neurodegenerative diseases impair adult hippocampal neurogenesis in humans.
      BY
      • Katerina Cermakova
      • Jonas Demeulemeester
      • Vanda Lux
      • Monika Nedomova
      • Seth R. Goldman
      • Eric A. Smith
      • Pavel Srb
      • Rozalie Hexnerova
      • Milan Fabry
      • Marcela Madlikova
      • Magdalena Horejsi
      • Jan De Rijck
      • Zeger Debyser
      • Karen Adelman
      • H. Courtney Hodges
      • Vaclav Veverka
    • : 1113-1121
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    The transcription elongation machinery is linked through a network of conserved unstructured motifs.
      BY
      • Casey D. Foley
      • Changjian Xie
      • Hua Guo
      • Arthur G. Suits
    • : 1122-1127
    • FULL ACCESS
    Quantum resonance in the dissociation of H2CO affects the H2+CO products formed by the roaming and transition state pathways.
      BY
      • Haley E. Randolph
      • Jessica K. Fiege
      • Beth K. Thielen
      • Clayton K. Mickelson
      • Mari Shiratori
      • João Barroso-Batista
      • Ryan A. Langlois
      • Luis B. Barreiro
    • : 1127-1133
    • FULL ACCESS
    Ancestry and associated genetic variation explain population differences in the immune response to influenza.
      BY
      • Julian A. Hueffel
      • Theresa Sperger
      • Ignacio Funes-Ardoiz
      • Jas S. Ward
      • Kari Rissanen
      • Franziska Schoenebeck
    • : 1134-1140
    • FULL ACCESS
    Machine learning guides the discovery of phosphine ligands that stabilize dimers of palladium(I).

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