Cooperative therapeutic effect of anti-CTLA4 and anti-sMIC antibodies.
Still missing the forest: Optimistic claims of forest recovery based on research that lumps tree plantations with native forests are misleading.
Immature wild orangutans cyclically vary mothers’ milk consumption over 8 or more years, weaning later than other mammals.
Atomic force microscopy can image the hydrogen atoms of single molecules via very weak hydrogen bonding.
We analyze why the sediment discharges of fine-grained rivers are an order of magnitude larger than predicted by current theory.
A potentially universal method for the de novo solution of the crystal structures of membrane proteins is described.
- Three-dimensional system enabling the maintenance and directed differentiation of pluripotent stem cells under defined conditions
A three-dimensional culture system enables maintenance of pluripotent stem cells (PSCs) and formation of PSC-derived organoids.
Closing of a band gap of inversion-asymmetric semiconductors always leads either to a Weyl semimetal or to a nodal-line semimetal
Electrodeposition of lithium-ion battery cathodes enables ultraflexible, ultrathick, and high-power rechargeable batteries.
Quantum simulation reveals that fast tensile amorphization is key to hard and tough ceramics made of Earth-abundant silica.
Tokudaia osimensis exhibits high sexual plasticity, through which female somatic cells can be converted to male germline cells.
This new microscopy technique achieves unprecedented contrast for the study of nanomaterials and their chemical modification.
Electron cryomicroscopy suggests regulation of ATM by a dynamic equilibrium between open and closed dimers.
- Evidence and mechanism of efficient thermally activated delayed fluorescence promoted by delocalized excited states
The molecular design concept and mechanism leading to highly efficient thermally activated delayed fluorescence are presented.