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Mitchell C, Hobcraft J, McLanahan SS, Siegel SRutherford, Berg A, Brooks-Gunn J, et al. Social disadvantage, genetic sensitivity, and children's telomere length. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014 ;111(16):5944-9.
Simi AK, Anlas AA, Stallings-Mann M, Zhang S, Hsia T, Cichon MA, et al. A soft microenvironment protects from failure of midbody abscission and multinucleation downstream of the EMT-promoting transcription factor Snail. Cancer Res. 2018 ;.
Simi AK, Anlas AA, Stallings-Mann M, Zhang S, Hsia T, Cichon MA, et al. A soft microenvironment protects from failure of midbody abscission and multinucleation downstream of the EMT-promoting transcription factor Snail. Cancer Res. 2018 ;.
Drescher K, Nadell CD, Stone HA, Wingreen NS, Bassler BL. Solutions to the public goods dilemma in bacterial biofilms. Curr Biol. 2014 ;24(1):50-55.
Schwartz G, Berry MJ. Sophisticated temporal pattern recognition in retinal ganglion cells. J Neurophysiol. 2008 ;99(4):1787-98.
Scott BB, Constantinople CM, Erlich JC, Tank DW, Brody CD. Sources of noise during accumulation of evidence in unrestrained and voluntarily head-restrained rats. Elife. 2015 ;4:e11308.
Nazari B, Forneris CC, Gibson MI, Moon K, Schramma KR, Seyedsayamdost MR. sp. ATCC 55076 harbours the largest actinomycete chromosome to date and the kistamicin biosynthetic gene cluster. Medchemcomm. 2017 ;8(4):780-788.
Nazari B, Forneris CC, Gibson MI, Moon K, Schramma KR, Seyedsayamdost MR. sp. ATCC 55076 harbours the largest actinomycete chromosome to date and the kistamicin biosynthetic gene cluster. Medchemcomm. 2017 ;8(4):780-788.
Tanaka H, Stone HA, Nelson DR. Spatial gene drives and pushed genetic waves. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 ;114(32):8452-8457.
Anllo L, Schüpbach T. Spatial organization of . Dev Biol. 2016 ;414(2):193-206.
Shin Y, Berry J, Pannucci N, Haataja MP, Toettcher JE, Brangwynne CP. Spatiotemporal Control of Intracellular Phase Transitions Using Light-Activated optoDroplets. Cell. 2017 ;168(1-2):159-171.e14.
Johnson HE, Goyal Y, Pannucci NL, Schüpbach T, Shvartsman SY, Toettcher JE. The Spatiotemporal Limits of Developmental Erk Signaling. Dev Cell. 2017 ;40(2):185-192.
Johnson HE, Goyal Y, Pannucci NL, Schüpbach T, Shvartsman SY, Toettcher JE. The Spatiotemporal Limits of Developmental Erk Signaling. Dev Cell. 2017 ;40(2):185-192.
Thawani A, Stone HA, Shaevitz JW, Petry S. Spatiotemporal organization of branched microtubule networks. Elife. 2019 ;8.
Thawani A, Stone HA, Shaevitz JW, Petry S. Spatiotemporal organization of branched microtubule networks. Elife. 2019 ;8.
Yin P, Deng D, Yan C, Pan X, Xi JJeff, Yan N, et al. Specific DNA-RNA hybrid recognition by TAL effectors. Cell Rep. 2012 ;2(4):707-13.
Shen C, Wang X, Liu Y, Li Q, Yang Z, Yan N, et al. Specific RNA recognition by designer pentatricopeptide repeat protein. Mol Plant. 2015 ;8(4):667-70.
Nöll G, Kozma E, Grandori R, Carey J, Schödl T, Hauska G, et al.. Spectroelectrochemical investigation of a flavoprotein with a flavin-modified gold electrode. Langmuir. 2006 ;22(5):2378-83.
Diegmiller R, Montanelli H, Muratov CB, Shvartsman SY. Spherical Caps in Cell Polarization. Biophys J. 2018 ;.
Marvin JS, Scholl B, Wilson DE, Podgorski K, Kazemipour A, Müller JAlexander, et al.. Stability, affinity, and chromatic variants of the glutamate sensor iGluSnFR. Nat Methods. 2018 ;15(11):936-939.
Marvin JS, Scholl B, Wilson DE, Podgorski K, Kazemipour A, Müller JAlexander, et al.. Stability, affinity, and chromatic variants of the glutamate sensor iGluSnFR. Nat Methods. 2018 ;15(11):936-939.
Silhavy TJ. State of the Journal. J Bacteriol. 2018 ;.
Silhavy TJ. State of the Journal. J Bacteriol. 2017 ;199(1).
Silhavy TJ. State of the Journal. J Bacteriol. 2018 ;200(1).
Snir S, vonHoldt BM, Pellegrini M. A Statistical Framework to Identify Deviation from Time Linearity in Epigenetic Aging. PLoS Comput Biol. 2016 ;12(11):e1005183.