On the state of scientific English and how to improve it–Part 8: Where “because” should be used instead of “as” and “since”
You must remember this: How H2A.Z potentially links transcriptional memory to cognitive memory formation (comment on DOI 10.1002/bies.201400223)
Mitochondrial replacement therapy: Cautiously replace the master manipulator
Bad luck and cancer: Does evolution spin the wheel of fortune?
Decoding the jargon of bottom-up metabolic systems biology
Annual meeting of the EpiGeneSys Network of Excellence–Advancing epigenetics towards systems biology
H2A.Z helps genes remember their history so we can remember ours
Ancestral experience as a game changer in stress vulnerability and disease outcomes
Nonsense-mediated RNA decay–a switch and dial for regulating gene expression
Neuronal hyperactivity–A key defect in Alzheimer's disease?
Blood and immune cell engineering: Cytoskeletal contractility and nuclear rheology impact cell lineage and localization : Biophysical regulation of hematopoietic differentiation and trafficking
A guide to the field of palaeo colour : Melanin and other pigments can fossilise: Reconstructing colour patterns from ancient organisms can give new insights to ecology and behaviour
A meiotic mystery: How sister kinetochores avoid being pulled in opposite directions during the first division
Co-transcriptional mRNP formation is coordinated within a molecular mRNP packaging station in S. cerevisiae
Polarized trafficking provides spatial cues for planar cell polarization within a tissue
What is the function of mitochondrial networks? A theoretical assessment of hypotheses and proposal for future research
Do wild carnivores forage for prey or for nutrients? : Evidence for nutrient-specific foraging in vertebrate predators