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  • Cell Research
    Tian 1 2 Thomas Kleist 2 Kai He 2 Veder Garcia 2 Fenglin Bai 1 Yanli Hao 1 Sheng Luan 2 and Legong Li 1 1 College of Life Science Capital Normal University Beijing 100048 China 2 Department of Plant Microbial Biology University of California Berkeley CA 94720 USA Correspondence Sheng Luan E mail sluan berkeley edu Legong Li E mail lgli cnu edu cn The flow of ions through channels in cell membranes particularly the entry of calcium ions into the cytosol serves as a cue for environmental responses in eukaryotes In animals calcium permeable transient receptor potential TRP channels act as sensors for temperature osmotic potential and other environmental conditions1 Although plants also respond to myriad environmental perturbations with cytosolic calcium fluxes2 stress gated calcium permeable channels like TRPs in animals are not found in land plants Several families of proteins including glutamate receptor like GLR proteins cyclic nucleotide gated channels CNGCs and annexins have been linked to calcium fluxes in plant cells3 However none of them has been shown to respond directly to stress signals Because cytosolic calcium elevation is one of the earliest responses of plant cells to stress treatments1 4 and calcium binding proteins are

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  • Cell Research
    International Research of Development and Disease Collaborative Innovation Center for Genetics and Development Fudan Yale Biomedical Research Center Institute of Developmental Biology and Molecular Medicine School of Life Sciences Children s Hospital Fudan University Shanghai 200433 China 2 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Department of Genetics Yale University School of Medicine New Haven CT 06536 USA 3 Current address State Key Laboratory of Dairy Biotechnology Dairy Research Institute Bright Dairy Food Co Ltd Bldg 2 No 1518 West Jiangchang Road Shanghai 200436 China Correspondence Tian Xu E mail tian xu yale edu Xiaohui Wu E mail xiaohui wu fudan edu cn The ingestion and digestion of food is a universal aspect of animal growth and survival and is important for our understanding of obesity and diabetes All animals have a digestive system that comprises of an upper gastrointestinal tract mainly for the ingestion and storage of food and a lower gastrointestinal tract or the gut for digestion and absorption When food is ingested peristaltic contraction is initiated and directs the bolus through the esophagus toward the stomach or an equivalent structure1 In addition to serving as the major site for digestion the stomach acts as a reservoir to store food This

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  • Cell Research

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  • Cell Research
    1 Gene Expression Laboratory Salk Institute for Biological Studies 10010 N Torrey Pines Rd La Jolla CA 92037 USA 2 National Laboratory of Biomacromolecules Institute of Biophysics Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing 100101 China 3 Beijing Institute for Brain Disorders Beijing 100875 China Correspondence Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte E mail belmonte salk edu Generation of neural progenitor cells NPCs from pluripotent stem cells including ESCs and iPSCs and derivation of

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  • Cell Research
    3 1 Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology Harvard University Cambridge MA 02138 USA 2 Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard Cambridge MA 02142 USA 3 Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston MA 02215 USA Correspondence John L Rinn E mail johnrinn fas harvard edu Long noncoding RNAs lncRNAs are emerging as important functional components in the establishment of long range chromosomal interactions In a recent paper published in

    Original URL path: http://www.cell-research.com/arts.asp?id=1931 (2016-02-14)
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  • Cell Research
    1 Ruaidhri Jackson 1 and Richard A Flavell 1 2 1 Department of Immunobiology Yale University New Haven CT 06520 USA 2 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Yale University New Haven CT 06520 USA Correspondence Richard A Flavell E mail richard flavell yale edu RIG I belongs to a type of intracellular pattern recognition receptors involved in the recognition of viral RNA by the innate immune system A report by Peisley

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  • Cell Research
    6 6 2014 647 648 Possible leap ahead in filovirus therapeutics FREE Darryl Falzarano 1 and Heinz Feldmann 1 1 Laboratory of Virology Division of Intramural Research National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases National Institutes of Health Hamilton MT 59840 USA Correspondence Heinz Feldmann E mail feldmannh niaid nih gov In a recent study published in Nature Warren et al describe the generation of a novel synthetic adenosine analogue

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  • Cell Research
    histone variant H3 3 to prevent tumors FREE Swaminathan Venkatesh 1 and Jerry L Workman 1 1 Stowers Institute for Medical Research 1000 E 50th Street Kansas City MO 64110 USA Correspondence Jerry L Workman E mail jlw stowers org Regulatory information stored in modified histones is functionally translated by effector proteins readers which identify the histone mark to determine the specificity of the response A recent study identifying the

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