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  • Cell Research
    Issue Top 10 VOLUME 23 ISSUE 3 3 2013 440 443 A novel Bayesian network inference algorithm for integrative analysis of heterogeneous deep sequencing data Yi Liu 1 2 3 Nan Qiao 1 2 4 Shanshan Zhu 1 2 Ming Su 1 2 4 Na Sun 1 2 4 Jerome Boyd Kirkup 1 and Jing Dong J Han 1 Correspondence Jing Dong J Han E mail jdhan picb ac cn

    Original URL path: http://www.cell-research.com/arts.asp?id=1634 (2016-02-14)
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    VOLUME 23 ISSUE 3 3 2013 444 447 The conformational shifts of the voltage sensing domains between NavRh and NavAb Xu Zhang 1 and Nieng Yan 1 1 State Key Laboratory of Bio membrane and Membrane Biotechnology Center for Structural Biology School of Life Sciences and School of Medicine Tsinghua Peking Center for Life Sciences Tsinghua University Beijing 100084 China Correspondence Nieng Yan Tel 86 10 62771298 E mail nyan

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    Section of Rheumatology Department of Pediatrics Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee WI 53226 USA 2 Division of Immunology the Children s Hospital and the Department of Pediatrics Harvard Medical School Boston MA 02115 USA Correspondence Calvin B Williams E mail cwilliam mcw edu The transcription factor Foxp3 plays an indispensible role in the differentiation of regulatory T Treg cells and the expression of their suppressive functions In a recent article

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    Shahragim Tajbakhsh Stem Cells and Development Department of Developmental Stem Cell Biology CNRS URA 2578 Pasteur Institute 25 rue du Dr Roux 75015 Paris France Correspondence Shahragim Tajbakhsh E mail shaht pasteur fr Why stem cell numbers decline with age is a major question in regenerative biology and medicine Skeletal muscle has emerged as a powerful paradigm to address this issue Recently genetic and cell marking strategies were used to

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    Expression Laboratory Salk Institute for Biological Studies La Jolla CA 92037 USA 2 Center for Regenerative Medicine in Barcelona Dr Aiguader 88 08003 Barcelona Spain Correspondence Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte E mail belmonte salk edu izpisua cmrb eu Maintenance of hematopoietic stem cells HSCs in vitro has been believed to be difficult due to a lack of complete understanding of HSC quiescence maintained by the niche Recent evidence suggests that

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    Gapin Integrated Department of Immunology National Jewish Health and University of Colorado School of Medicine Denver CO 80206 USA Correspondence Laurent Gapin E mail gapinl njhealth org T lymphocytes express clonal receptors called T cell receptors TCRs which specifically recognize antigens presented in combination with major histocompatibility molecules MHC To date T cell antigens can be broadly categorized into two classes peptides and lipids A recent paper published in Nature

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    Chile 2 Biomedical Neuroscience Institute Faculty of Medicine University of Chile Santiago Chile 3 Center for Molecular Studies of the Cell Institute of Biomedical Sciences University of Chile Santiago Chile Correspondence Claudio Hetz Rene L Vidal E mail chetz med uchile cl rene vidal neurounion com Protein homeostasis in higher eukaryotes is balanced by a dynamic network of adaptive mechanisms including the unfolded protein response UPR and autophagy In a

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