Human-induced climate change affects the Earth’s atmosphere in many important and often surprising ways. In our paper, we look at water vapour changes in the stratosphere under global warming, which are still poorly understood.
Prioritized analysis enables proteins of interest to be consistently quantified across single-cell samples at no cost to depth of coverage. Applied to primary macrophages, prioritization facilitated the quantification of proteolytically regulated proteoforms and the study of endocytic competency.
Introducing Epichaperomics: an emerging omics platform for research to illuminate the secrets of diseases. By studying protein interactions in cells and tissues, it offers valuable insights into disease mechanisms and paves the way for personalized therapies.
Pancreas or islet transplantation have been performed with the goal of curing diabetes mellitus. Recently, gene therapy and regenerative medicine using iPS or ES cells have also been newly proposed. However, these therapies are not sufficient for more than 500 million patients in the world 1.
Collective photothermal bending of flexible organic crystals modified with MXene-polymer multilayers as optical waveguide arrays
We present a straightforward approach to obtain flexible hybrid organic crystalline materials that are mechanically responsive to infrared light.