On the state of scientific English and how to improve it – Part 4 : Punctuation, please!
Evolving views on protein palmitoylation (Comment on DOI 10.1002/bies.201300076)
Smarter neuronal signaling complexes from existing components: How regulatory modifications were acquired during animal evolution : Evolution of palmitoylation-dependent regulation of AMPA-type ionotropic glutamate receptors
Major depressive disorder: A loss of circadian synchrony?
The insulin receptor changes conformation in unforeseen ways on ligand binding: Sharpening the picture of insulin receptor activation
Mitochondrial fission-fusion as an emerging key regulator of cell proliferation and differentiation
The Warburg effect then and now: From cancer to inflammatory diseases
Cell death proteins: An evolutionary role in cellular adaptation before the advent of apoptosis
Quinary protein structure and the consequences of crowding in living cells: Leaving the test-tube behind
Stem cells and aging from a quasi-immortal point of view
An invertebrate stomach's view on vertebrate ecology : Certain invertebrates could be used as “vertebrate samplers” and deliver DNA-based information on many aspects of vertebrate ecology