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Physics and Chemistry of Glasses - European Journal of Glass Science and Technology Part B     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 2)
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Physik in unserer Zeit     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 1)
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Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 3)
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Pramana     Open Access   (Followers: 9)
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India Section A     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 3)
Progress in Materials Science     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 21)
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Revista Boliviana de Física     Open Access  
Revista Colombiana de Física     Open Access  
Revista Mexicana de Astronomía y Astrofísica     Open Access  
Revista Mexicana de Física     Open Access  
Revista mexicana de física E     Open Access  
Rheologica Acta     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 3)
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Journal Cover   Nature Communications
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  • Rethinking Indian monsoon rainfall prediction in the context of recent
           global warming

    • Authors: Bin Wang, Baoqiang Xiang, Juan Li, Peter J. Webster, Madhavan N. Rajeevan, Jian Liu, Kyung-Ja Ha
      Abstract: Indian summer monsoon rainfall impacts millions of people and accurate forecasts are highly desirable, yet official operational forecasts have failed to predict extreme events in 1994, 2002, 2004 and 2009. Here, the authors use dynamical and physical–empirical models to investigate the reasons for this failure.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-18|2015-05-18
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8154
  • PDGFRα demarcates the cardiogenic clonogenic Sca1+ stem/progenitor
           cell in adult murine myocardium

    • Authors: Michela Noseda, Mutsuo Harada, Sara McSweeney, Thomas Leja, Elisa Belian, Daniel J. Stuckey, Marta S. Abreu Paiva, Josef Habib, Iain Macaulay, Adam J. de Smith, Farah al-Beidh, Robert Sampson, R. Thomas Lumbers, Pulivarthi Rao, Sian E. Harding, Alexandra I. F. Blakemore, Sten Eirik Jacobsen, Mauricio Barahona, Michael D. Schneider
      Abstract: Adult cardiac progenitor/stem cells (CPSCs) possess valuable potential for heart repair that is limited by the elusiveness of these cells. Here Noseda et al. refine the definition of murine CPSCs producing stem cell antigen 1 (Sca1), mapping the cardiogenic signature and clonogenicity to the subgroup of Sca1 + cells expressing PDGFRα.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-18|2015-05-18
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms7930
  • Rise to modern levels of ocean oxygenation coincided with the Cambrian
           radiation of animals

    • Authors: Xi Chen, Hong-Fei Ling, Derek Vance, Graham A. Shields-Zhou, Maoyan Zhu, Simon W. Poulton, Lawrence M. Och, Shao-Yong Jiang, Da Li, Lorenzo Cremonese, Corey Archer
      Abstract: The Cambrian explosion of biological diversity has been associated with widespread ocean oxygenation, yet early Cambrian ocean redox conditions remain controversial. Here, the authors present a suite of molybdenum isotope data and show that the ocean was oxygenated to modern-like levels by 521 Ma.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-18|2015-05-18
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8142
  • STED nanoscopy with fluorescent quantum dots

    • Authors: Janina Hanne, Henning J. Falk, Frederik Görlitz, Patrick Hoyer, Johann Engelhardt, Steffen J. Sahl, Stefan W. Hell
      Abstract: STED nanoscopy enables sub-diffraction imaging with a wide range of fluorescent probes. Here, the authors show that a bright and very photostable class of fluorescent quantum dots can be super-resolved with STED as biolabels in cellular contexts.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-18|2015-05-18
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8127
  • Volcano seismicity and ground deformation unveil the gravity-driven magma
           discharge dynamics of a volcanic eruption

    • Authors: Maurizio Ripepe, Dario Delle Donne, Riccardo Genco, Giuseppe Maggio, Marco Pistolesi, Emanuele Marchetti, Giorgio Lacanna, Giacomo Ulivieri, Pasquale Poggi
      Abstract: Volcanic eruptions are thought to restore equilibrium when overpressure in the crust is induced by new magma rising from depth. Here, the authors use data from the 2007 Stromboli eruption as well as models to suggest that eruption is instead a consequence of the gravity-driven instability of the volcanic edifice.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-18|2015-05-18
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms7998
  • Change in ocean subsurface environment to suppress tropical cyclone
           intensification under global warming

    • Authors: Ping Huang, I. -I Lin, Chia Chou, Rong-Hui Huang
      Abstract: Changing atmospheric and oceanic environments under the effects of a warming climate are likely to influence the intensity of tropical cyclones. Here, the authors analyse 22 state-of-the-art climate models and show that future subsurface ocean environments might further suppress cyclone intensification.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-18|2015-05-18
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8188
  • Strain induced fragility transition in metallic glass

    • Authors: Hai-Bin Yu, Ranko Richert, Robert Maaß, Konrad Samwer
      Abstract: The equivalency of stress and temperature as driving force for the relaxation in metallic glasses is widely accepted. Here, Yu et al. examine this assumption in simulations and find that stress induces a fragile-to-strong transition in addition to accelerated relaxation dynamics as temperature does.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-18|2015-05-18
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8179
  • Trans-synaptic zinc mobilization improves social interaction in two mouse
           models of autism through NMDAR activation

    • Authors: Eun-Jae Lee, Hyejin Lee, Tzyy-Nan Huang, Changuk Chung, Wangyong Shin, Kyungdeok Kim, Jae-Young Koh, Yi-Ping Hsueh, Eunjoon Kim
      Abstract: Zinc is a nutritional factor implicated in autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), but evidence for a strong association and linking mechanism is largely lacking. Here, the authors report that trans-synaptic zinc mobilization rapidly rescues social interaction in two independent mouse models of ASD.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-18|2015-05-18
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8168
  • Alternatively activated macrophages promote pancreatic fibrosis in chronic

    • Authors: Jing Xue, Vishal Sharma, Michael H. Hsieh, Ajay Chawla, Ramachandran Murali, Stephen J. Pandol, Aida Habtezion
      Abstract: Chronic pancreatitis is an inflammatory disease accompanied by fibrosis. Here the authors show that pancreatic stellate cells produce IL-4 and IL-13 that trigger alternative activation of macrophages, and that genetic or pharmacological inhibition of IL-4/IL-13 signaling ameliorates the disease.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-18|2015-05-18
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8158
  • Stk38 protein kinase preferentially inhibits TLR9-activated inflammatory
           responses by promoting MEKK2 ubiquitination in macrophages

    • Authors: Mingyue Wen, Xianwei Ma, Hong Cheng, Wei Jiang, Xiongfei Xu, Yi Zhang, Yan Zhang, Zhenhong Guo, Yizhi Yu, Hongmei Xu, Cheng Qian, Xuetao Cao, Huazhang An
      Abstract: Activation of innate immune responses is subject to versatile regulation. Here the authors show that a conserved LATS family kinase Stk38 limits proinflammatory signalling downstream of TLR9 in macrophages and protects mice from lethal sepsis by MEKK2 ubiquitination and degradation.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-18|2015-05-18
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8167
  • Wave energy budget analysis in the Earth’s radiation belts uncovers
           a missing energy

    • Authors: A.V. Artemyev, O.V. Agapitov, D. Mourenas, V.V. Krasnoselskikh, F.S. Mozer
      Abstract: Whistler-mode waves regulate trapped electrons in the magnetosphere, but an accurate determination of their energy budget has remained elusive. This study presents a full analysis of their magnetic and electric field contributions and finds that a large amount of energy is stored in oblique waves.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-15|2015-05-15
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8143
  • Corrigendum: MazF ribonucleases promote Mycobacterium tuberculosis drug
           tolerance and virulence in guinea pigs

    • Authors: Prabhakar Tiwari, Garima Arora, Mamta Singh, Saqib Kidwai, Om Prakash Narayan, Ramandeep Singh
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-15|2015-05-15
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8273
  • Crystallization seeds favour crystallization only during initial growth

    • Authors: E. Allahyarov, K. Sandomirski, S.U. Egelhaaf, H. Löwen
      Abstract: Crystallization is often heterogeneously seeded, but rarely the seeds are perfectly compatible with the thermodynamically favoured crystal structure. Here, Allahyarov et al . show that the seeds, although initially promoting crystallization, prevent the crystallite’s growth and lead to its detachment.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-15|2015-05-15
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8110
  • Atomistic design of microbial opsin-based blue-shifted optogenetics tools

    • Authors: Hideaki E. Kato, Motoshi Kamiya, Seiya Sugo, Jumpei Ito, Reiya Taniguchi, Ayaka Orito, Kunio Hirata, Ayumu Inutsuka, Akihiro Yamanaka, Andrés D. Maturana, Ryuichiro Ishitani, Yuki Sudo, Shigehiko Hayashi, Osamu Nureki
      Abstract: Retinal-bound opsins are widely used tools for optical control of neuronal activity in vivo , so called optogenetics. Here, using molecular simulations, biochemistry, electrophysiology and X-ray crystallography, the authors present new molecular design principles for the generation of blue-shifted variants of microbial rhodopsins.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-15|2015-05-15
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8177
  • Coherent control of plasma dynamics

    • Authors: Z.-H. He, B. Hou, V. Lebailly, J.A. Nees, K. Krushelnick, A.G.R. Thomas
      Abstract: Intense laser pulses can induce the propagation of coherent waves through a plasma, which are useful for accelerating electrons. Here, the authors use a genetic algorithm and a deformable mirror to optimize the wavefront and improve electron beam intensity and divergence.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-15|2015-05-15
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8156
  • Clean carbon nanotubes coupled to superconducting impedance-matching

    • Authors: V. Ranjan, G. Puebla-Hellmann, M. Jung, T. Hasler, A. Nunnenkamp, M. Muoth, C. Hierold, A. Wallraff, C. Schönenberger
      Abstract: Radio-frequency circuits offer fast low-noise detection of signals in carbon nanotubes, but incompatibilities in fabrication degrade the performance of the hybrid device. Here, the authors use a deterministic mechanical transfer to couple pristine nanotubes to a gigahertz superconducting matching circuit.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-15|2015-05-15
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8165
  • Structural optimization of 3D-printed synthetic spider webs for high

    • Authors: Zhao Qin, Brett G. Compton, Jennifer A. Lewis, Markus J. Buehler
      Abstract: Spider webs have some intriguing mechanical properties, but understanding of the properties is limited to individual silk fibres. Here, the authors create mimics of spider web using 3D techniques, which enables them to acquire knowledge of mechanical strength of the entire synthetic web.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-15|2015-05-15
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8038
  • Corrigendum: Host genetic determinants of microbiota-dependent nutrition
           revealed by genome-wide analysis of Drosophila melanogaster

    • Authors: Adam J. Dobson, John M. Chaston, Peter D. Newell, Leanne Donahue, Sara L. Hermann, David R. Sannino, Stephanie Westmiller, Adam C.-N. Wong, Andrew G. Clark, Brian P. Lazzaro, Angela E. Douglas
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-15|2015-05-15
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8296
  • Exotic topological density waves in cold atomic Rydberg-dressed fermions

    • Authors: Xiaopeng Li, S Das Sarma
      Abstract: Rydberg atomic gases have proven a fertile playground for exploring exotic phases of condensed matter systems. Here, Li and Das Sarma study Rydberg-dressed atomic fermions in a 3D optical lattice and find a series of mixed topological density wave phases having no analogue in conventional materials.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-14|2015-05-14
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8137
  • Editing the genome to introduce a beneficial naturally occurring mutation
           associated with increased fetal globin

    • Authors: Beeke Wienert, Alister P. W. Funnell, Laura J. Norton, Richard C. M. Pearson, Lorna E. Wilkinson-White, Krystal Lester, Jim Vadolas, Matthew H. Porteus, Jacqueline M. Matthews, Kate G. R. Quinlan, Merlin Crossley
      Abstract: Adult expression of fetal haemoglobin is beneficial and thus desirable in patients with haemoglobin disorders. Here the authors introduce a naturally occurring mutation in the γ-globin promoter and show that it causes binding of an activator TAL1, chromosome looping and revival of fetal haemoglobin expression in erythroid cells.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-14|2015-05-14
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8085
  • Green fluorescent protein nanopolygons as monodisperse supramolecular
           assemblies of functional proteins with defined valency

    • Authors: Young Eun Kim, Yu-na Kim, Jung A. Kim, Ho Min Kim, Yongwon Jung
      Abstract: Supramolecular protein assemblies can provide novel nano-architectures with diverse structures and functions. Here, the authors report a fabrication strategy for a series of monodisperse protein oligomers, which allows valency-controlled display of various functional proteins.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-14|2015-05-14
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8134
  • Corrigendum: Bmi1 limits dilated cardiomyopathy and heart failure by
           inhibiting cardiac senescence

    • Authors: I. Gonzalez-Valdes, I. Hidalgo, A. Bujarrabal, E. Lara-Pezzi, L. Padron-Barthe, P. Garcia-Pavia, Pablo Gómez-del Arco, J.M. Redondo, J.M. Ruiz-Cabello, L.J. Jimenez-Borreguero, J.A. Enriquez, J.L. de la Pompa, A. Hidalgo, S. Gonzalez
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-14|2015-05-14
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8242
  • Microbe-dependent lymphatic migration of neutrophils modulates lymphocyte
           proliferation in lymph nodes

    • Authors: Henry R. Hampton, Jacqueline Bailey, Michio Tomura, Robert Brink, Tatyana Chtanova
      Abstract: Both sterile and microbial injuries lead to rapid neutrophil recruitment to the site of inflammation. Here the authors show that only neutrophils responding to microbial ligands leave inflamed skin and migrate to draining lymph nodes where they stimulate lymphocyte proliferation.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-14|2015-05-14
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8139
  • Exploring the quantum critical behaviour in a driven Tavis–Cummings

    • Authors: M. Feng, Y.P. Zhong, T. Liu, L.L. Yan, W.L. Yang, J. Twamley, H. Wang
      Abstract: Quantum phase transitions are a discontinuous change in a property of the ground state or the structure of the excited states as a system parameter traverses a critical point. Here, the authors recreate analogous effects with laboratory-achievable light-matter coupling in an on-chip superconducting circuit
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-14|2015-05-14
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8111
  • A carbon nanotube wall membrane for water treatment

    • Authors: Byeongho Lee, Youngbin Baek, Minwoo Lee, Dae Hong Jeong, Hong H. Lee, Jeyong Yoon, Yong Hyup Kim
      Abstract: Carbon nanotubes have been proposed for many forms of water treatment, although ultrafiltration nanotube-based membranes with very high flow rates remain rare. Here, the authors fabricate a membrane delivering water permeability close to 30,000 litres per square meter per hour at 1 bar.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-14|2015-05-14
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8109
  • Muscle stem cells contribute to myofibres in sedentary adult mice

    • Authors: Alexandra C. Keefe, Jennifer A. Lawson, Steven D. Flygare, Zachary D. Fox, Mary P. Colasanto, Sam J. Mathew, Mark Yandell, Gabrielle Kardon
      Abstract: Skeletal muscle satellite cells are muscle stem cells believed to contribute only to regenerating myofibres. Here Keefe et al . show that in adult sedentary mice satellite cells continue to fuse with uninjured myofibres, but they are not globally required for the maintenance of aging muscles.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-14|2015-05-14
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8087
  • Inhibition of vemurafenib-resistant melanoma by interference with pre-mRNA

    • Authors: Maayan Salton, Wojciech K. Kasprzak, Ty Voss, Bruce A. Shapiro, Poulikos I. Poulikakos, Tom Misteli
      Abstract: BRAF inhibitors have shown encouraging clinical effects in melanoma patients; however, patients rapidly develop resistance via different mechanisms including alternative splicing. Here the authors find a specific mutation affecting BRAF splicing and highlight the therapeutic potential of splicing interference.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-14|2015-05-14
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8103
  • Wearable red–green–blue quantum dot light-emitting diode array
           using high-resolution intaglio transfer printing

    • Authors: Moon Kee Choi, Jiwoong Yang, Kwanghun Kang, Dong Chan Kim, Changsoon Choi, Chaneui Park, Seok Joo Kim, Sue In Chae, Tae-Ho Kim, Ji Hoon Kim, Taeghwan Hyeon, Dae-Hyeong Kim
      Abstract: Deformable and high-resolution LEDs have attracted great interest for wearable electronics, but full-colour display is still challenging. Using a stamp printing technology, Choi et al . build ultra-thin RGB quantum dot pixel arrays with luminous efficiency of 14,000 cd m −2 operated at low voltage of 7 V.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-14|2015-05-14
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8149
  • Long-term decline in grassland productivity driven by increasing dryness

    • Authors: E. N. J. Brookshire, T. Weaver
      Abstract: How primary production is influenced by climatic forcing has not been tested in most ecosystems. Here, the authors study a four-decade record of grassland production and find a sustained decline in above-ground net primary production attributable to increased aridity from declining late-summer rainfall.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-14|2015-05-14
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8148
  • Recovery from severe H7N9 disease is associated with diverse response
           mechanisms dominated by CD8+ T cells

    • Authors: Zhongfang Wang, Yanmin Wan, Chenli Qiu, Sergio Quiñones-Parra, Zhaoqin Zhu, Liyen Loh, Di Tian, Yanqin Ren, Yunwen Hu, Xiaoyan Zhang, Paul G. Thomas, Michael Inouye, Peter C. Doherty, Katherine Kedzierska, Jianqing Xu
      Abstract: H7N9 avian influenza viruses can cause severe human disease. Here, the authors analyse blood samples from hospitalized H7N9 patients and show that a diversity of immune mechanisms seem to influence disease length and outcome.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-13|2015-05-13
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms7833
  • FUS regulates AMPA receptor function and FTLD/ALS-associated behaviour via
           GluA1 mRNA stabilization

    • Authors: Tsuyoshi Udagawa, Yusuke Fujioka, Motoki Tanaka, Daiyu Honda, Satoshi Yokoi, Yuichi Riku, Daisuke Ibi, Taku Nagai, Kiyofumi Yamada, Hirohisa Watanabe, Masahisa Katsuno, Toshifumi Inada, Kinji Ohno, Masahiro Sokabe, Haruo Okado, Shinsuke Ishigaki, Gen Sobue
      Abstract: FUS is an RNA/DNA-binding protein involved in gene expression regulation and associated with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and frontotemporal dementia (FTLD) but the disease-causing mechanisms are unclear. Here the authors show that FUS regulates the stability of GluA1 mRNA and dendritic maturation and plays a role in FTLD-associated behaviours.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-13|2015-05-13
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8098
  • Neuronal development is promoted by weakened intrinsic antioxidant
           defences due to epigenetic repression of Nrf2

    • Authors: Karen F.S. Bell, Bashayer Al-Mubarak, Marc-André Martel, Sean McKay, Nicola Wheelan, Philip Hasel, Nóra M. Márkus, Paul Baxter, Ruth F. Deighton, Andrea Serio, Bilada Bilican, Sudhir Chowdhry, Paul J. Meakin, Michael L.J. Ashford, David J.A. Wyllie, Robert H. Scannevin, Siddharthan Chandran, John D. Hayes, Giles E. Hardingham
      Abstract: Neurons in the brain are more susceptible to oxidative stress than astroglial cells but the molecular basis and biological reasons for this are poorly understood. Here the authors show that developing cortical neurons have reduced levels of the antioxidant transcription factor Nrf2 due to epigenetic silencing and that this is necessary for proper neuronal development.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-13|2015-05-13
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8066
  • Contrasting host–pathogen interactions and genome evolution in two
           generalist and specialist microsporidian pathogens of mosquitoes

    • Authors: Christopher A. Desjardins, Neil D. Sanscrainte, Jonathan M. Goldberg, David Heiman, Sarah Young, Qiandong Zeng, Hiten D. Madhani, James J. Becnel, Christina A Cuomo
      Abstract: Microsporidia are intracellular parasitic fungi that infect diverse animal hosts including humans. Here, Desjardins et al. present genomic and transcriptomic data for two microsporidia that infect disease-transmitting mosquitoes, highlighting differences in potential host interplay mechanisms.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-13|2015-05-13
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8121
  • The non-muscle-myosin-II heavy chain Myh9 mediates colitis-induced
           epithelium injury by restricting Lgr5+ stem cells

    • Authors: Bing Zhao, Zhen Qi, Yehua Li, Chongkai Wang, Wei Fu, Ye-Guang Chen
      Abstract: Colitis is a common human disorder but the clinical interventions are limited as the pathological mechanisms are not very clear. Here the authors find an elevated expression of non-muscle-myosin-II heavy chain Myh9 in a colitis mouse model, and show that Myh9 expression reduction or activity inhibition ameliorates epithelial injuries.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-13|2015-05-13
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8166
  • Genome-wide association analysis identifies three new risk loci for gout
           arthritis in Han Chinese

    • Authors: Changgui Li, Zhiqiang Li, Shiguo Liu, Can Wang, Lin Han, Lingling Cui, Jingguo Zhou, Hejian Zou, Zhen Liu, Jianhua Chen, Xiaoyu Cheng, Zhaowei Zhou, Chengcheng Ding, Meng Wang, Tong Chen, Ying Cui, Hongmei He, Keke Zhang, Congcong Yin, Yunlong Wang, Shichao Xing, Baojie Li, Jue Ji, Zhaotong Jia, Lidan Ma, Jiapeng Niu, Ying Xin, Tian Liu, Nan Chu, Qing Yu, Wei Ren, Xuefeng Wang, Aiqing Zhang, Yuping Sun, Haili Wang, Jie Lu, Yuanyuan Li, Yufeng Qing, Gang Chen, Yangang Wang, Li Zhou, Haitao Niu, Jun Liang, Qian Dong, Xinde Li, Qing-Sheng Mi, Yongyong Shi
      Abstract: Raised serum urate levels are a risk factor for gout, a common form of inflammatory arthritis. Here Li et al. conduct a multistage genome-wide association study in a Han Chinese population and identify three novel loci likely associated with the progression from hyperuricemia to gout.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-13|2015-05-13
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8041
  • Directional cell movement through tissues is controlled by exosome

    • Authors: Bong Hwan Sung, Tatiana Ketova, Daisuke Hoshino, Andries Zijlstra, Alissa M. Weaver
      Abstract: How cells maintain directional polarity when migrating through a complex environment is not well understood. Here Sung et al. show that autocrine exosome secretion is required for persistent and efficient in vivo cancer cell motility and promotes assembly of adhesion complexes by delivering fibronectin-bound exosomes.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-13|2015-05-13
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8164
  • Reinforcement of STAT3 activity reprogrammes human embryonic stem cells to
           naive-like pluripotency

    • Authors: Hongwei Chen, Irène Aksoy, Fabrice Gonnot, Pierre Osteil, Maxime Aubry, Claire Hamela, Cloé Rognard, Arnaud Hochard, Sophie Voisin, Emeline Fontaine, Magali Mure, Marielle Afanassieff, Elouan Cleroux, Sylvain Guibert, Jiaxuan Chen, Céline Vallot, Hervé Acloque, Clémence Genthon, Cécile Donnadieu, John De Vos, Damien Sanlaville, Jean- François Guérin, Michael Weber, Lawrence W Stanton, Claire Rougeulle, Bertrand Pain, Pierre-Yves Bourillot, Pierre Savatier
      Abstract: LIF/STAT3 signalling characterizes naive pluripotency in mouse embryonic stem cells (ESCs), but whether this pathway can sustain a similar state in human cells is not completely understood. Here the authors show that LIF stimulation and enhancement of STAT3 activity allow human ESCs to escape from FGF2 dependency and facilitates their entry into a naive-like state of pluripotency.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-13|2015-05-13
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8095
  • Effector lymphocyte-induced lymph node-like vasculature enables naive
           T-cell entry into tumours and enhanced anti-tumour immunity

    • Authors: J. David Peske, Elizabeth D. Thompson, Lelisa Gemta, Richard A. Baylis, Yang-Xin Fu, Victor H. Engelhard
      Abstract: The presence of lymph node-like vasculature in tumours correlates with positive prognosis, but the mechanisms by which it forms and affects tumour growth are unclear. Here the authors show that it is induced by CD8 and NK cells, and supports naive T cells’ differentiation into antitumour effectors.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-13|2015-05-13
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8114
  • Visualization and tracking of tumour extracellular vesicle delivery and
           RNA translation using multiplexed reporters

    • Authors: Charles P. Lai, Edward Y. Kim, Christian E. Badr, Ralph Weissleder, Thorsten R. Mempel, Bakhos A. Tannous, Xandra O. Breakefield
      Abstract: Extracellular vesicles (EVs) act as a conduit for intercellular communication through the exchange of cellular materials without direct cell-to-cell contacts. Here the authors develop a multiplexed reporter system that allows monitoring of EV exchange, cargo delivery and protein translation between different cell populations.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-13|2015-05-13
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8029
  • Type II spiral ganglion afferent neurons drive medial olivocochlear reflex
           suppression of the cochlear amplifier

    • Authors: Kristina E. Froud, Ann Chi Yan Wong, Jennie M. E. Cederholm, Matthias Klugmann, Shaun L. Sandow, Jean-Pierre Julien, Allen F. Ryan, Gary D. Housley
      Abstract: The medial olivocochlear efferent reflex regulates cochlear outer hair cell-based amplification of sound energy. Here the authors show this dynamic control of hearing sensitivity is driven by sensory input from the outer hair cells and their type II spiral ganglion neuron innervation.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8115
  • Yes-associated protein regulates endothelial cell contact-mediated
           expression of angiopoietin-2

    • Authors: Hyun-Jung Choi, Haiying Zhang, Hongryeol Park, Kyu-Sung Choi, Heon-Woo Lee, Vijayendra Agrawal, Young-Myeong Kim, Young-Guen Kwon
      Abstract: Angiogenesis is regulated by dynamic changes in endothelial cell contact. Here, the authors show that signals from endothelial cell junctions affect the subcellular localization and function of Yes-associated protein, ultimately modifying angiopoietin-2 expression and angiogenic activity of endothelial cells.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms7943
  • Planctomycetes do possess a peptidoglycan cell wall

    • Authors: Olga Jeske, Margarete Schüler, Peter Schumann, Alexander Schneider, Christian Boedeker, Mareike Jogler, Daniel Bollschweiler, Manfred Rohde, Christoph Mayer, Harald Engelhardt, Stefan Spring, Christian Jogler
      Abstract: Planctomycetes appear to differ from all other bacteria in their cellular organization and their apparent lack of a peptidoglycan (PG) cell wall. Here Jeske et al . show that Planctomycetes do possess a typical PG cell wall and that their cellular architecture resembles that of Gram-negative bacteria.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8116
  • Single-molecule super-resolution imaging of chromosomes and in situ
           haplotype visualization using Oligopaint FISH probes

    • Authors: Brian J. Beliveau, Alistair N. Boettiger, Maier S. Avendaño, Ralf Jungmann, Ruth B. McCole, Eric F. Joyce, Caroline Kim-Kiselak, Frédéric Bantignies, Chamith Y. Fonseka, Jelena Erceg, Mohammed A. Hannan, Hien G. Hoang, David Colognori, Jeannie T. Lee, William M. Shih, Peng Yin, Xiaowei Zhuang, Chao-ting Wu
      Abstract: The spatial organization of the genome within the nucleus impacts many processes. Here the authors combine oligo-based DNA FISH with single-molecule super-resolution microscopy to image single-copy genomic regions and, taking advantage of SNPs, distinguish allelic regions of homologous chromosomes.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8147
  • Hepatic insulin signalling is dispensable for suppression of glucose
           output by insulin in vivo

    • Authors: Paul M. Titchenell, Qingwei Chu, Bobby R. Monks, Morris J. Birnbaum
      Abstract: Insulin and the transcription factor FoxO1 are key regulators of hepatic glucose metabolism. Here, Titchenell et al . provide evidence for the existence of an insulin-dependent extrahepatic pathway that is fully capable of regulating hepatic glucose production in the absence of hepatic FoxO1.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8078
  • Analysis of opo cis-regulatory landscape uncovers Vsx2 requirement in
           early eye morphogenesis

    • Authors: Ines Gago-Rodrigues, Ana Fernández-Miñán, Joaquin Letelier, Silvia Naranjo, Juan J. Tena, José L. Gómez-Skarmeta, Juan R. Martinez-Morales
      Abstract: The transcriptional regulation of morphogenetic effectors during eye development is poorly understood. Here, the authors show that transcription of an endocytosis regulator Opo is crucial for the neural retina development in zebrafish and activated by the interaction of the transcription factor Vsx2 and retinal enhancer H6_10137.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8054
  • FoxO1 integrates direct and indirect effects of insulin on hepatic glucose
           production and glucose utilization

    • Authors: InSug O-Sullivan, Wenwei Zhang, David H. Wasserman, Chong Wee Liew, Jonathan Liu, Jihye Paik, Ronald A. DePinho, Donna Beer Stolz, C. Ronald Kahn, Michael W. Schwartz, Terry G. Unterman
      Abstract: Insulin and the transcription factor FoxO1 are key regulators of glucose metabolism. Using mice that lack insulin receptor and FoxO1 in the liver, O-Sullivan et al. show that extrahepatic effects of insulin are sufficient to maintain glucose homeostasis when hepatic FoxO1 is disrupted.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8079
  • External stimulation-controllable heat-storage ceramics

    • Authors: Hiroko Tokoro, Marie Yoshikiyo, Kenta Imoto, Asuka Namai, Tomomichi Nasu, Kosuke Nakagawa, Noriaki Ozaki, Fumiyoshi Hakoe, Kenji Tanaka, Kouji Chiba, Rie Makiura, Kosmas Prassides, Shin-ichi Ohkoshi
      Abstract: Materials that can store and release heat on demand are of use for energy storage applications. Here, the authors discover a ceramic material that can reversibly store energy from heat, light or electricity and release this energy as heat through the application of pressure.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8037
  • High-speed multiple-mode mass-sensing resolves dynamic nanoscale mass

    • Authors: Selim Olcum, Nathan Cermak, Steven C. Wasserman, Scott R. Manalis
      Abstract: Nanomechanical resonators are sensitive to tiny changes in their mass. Here, the authors demonstrate a method for quickly measuring many resonator modes and use it to analyse the mass and position of multiple nanoparticles flowing in a fluid channel with a precision of 40 attograms and 150 nm, respectively.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8070
  • The structure of FMNL2–Cdc42 yields insights into the mechanism of
           lamellipodia and filopodia formation

    • Authors: Sonja Kühn, Constanze Erdmann, Frieda Kage, Jennifer Block, Lisa Schwenkmezger, Anika Steffen, Klemens Rottner, Matthias Geyer
      Abstract: FMNL formins polymerize actin filaments to generate cellular protrusions such as lamellipodia and filopodia at the leading edge of a cell. Here the authors provide detailed mechanistic insights into the formation of actin-based protrusions through GTPase dependent activation and membrane localization of FMNL1 and FMNL2.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8088
  • CD11c-mediated deletion of Flip promotes autoreactivity and inflammatory

    • Authors: Qi-Quan Huang, Harris Perlman, Robert Birkett, Renee Doyle, Deyu Fang, G. Kenneth Haines, William Robinson, Syamal Datta, Zan Huang, Quan-Zhen Li, Hyewon Phee, Richard M. Pope
      Abstract: Dendritic cells are critical for initiation of immune responses and for induction of tolerance. Here the authors show that deletion of survival factor c-flip in CD11c-expressing cells subset perturbs CD8a + dendritic cell, NK and macrophage pools, and leads to development of autoimmune arthritis.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8086
  • Conformational rearrangements in the transmembrane domain of CNGA1
           channels revealed by single-molecule force spectroscopy

    • Authors: Sourav Maity, Monica Mazzolini, Manuel Arcangeletti, Alejandro Valbuena, Paolo Fabris, Marco Lazzarino, Vincent Torre
      Abstract: Cyclic nucleotide gated channels are activated after binding cyclic nucleotides. Here, using single molecule force spectroscopy, the authors reveal that cyclic nucleotide binding causes conformational changes and tighter coupling of the S4 helix to the pore forming domain.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8093
  • MiR-125a targets effector programs to stabilize Treg-mediated immune

    • Authors: Wen Pan, Shu Zhu, Dai Dai, Zheng Liu, Dan Li, Bin Li, Nicola Gagliani, Yunjiang Zheng, Yuanjia Tang, Matthew T. Weirauch, Xiaoting Chen, Wei Zhu, Yue Wang, Bo Chen, Youcun Qian, Yingxuan Chen, Jingyuan Fang, Ronald Herbst, Laura Richman, Bahija Jallal, John B. Harley, Richard A. Flavell, Yihong Yao, Nan Shen
      Abstract: Compromised function of regulatory T cells can lead to autoimmunity. Here the authors show that miR-125a stabilizes regulatory T-cell function and is downregulated in lupus and Crohn’s disease, as well as autoimmune mouse models, and that a chemical miR-125a analogue reverts established disease in a mouse model of multiple sclerosis.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8096
  • Anammox Planctomycetes have a peptidoglycan cell wall

    • Authors: Muriel C.F. van Teeseling, Rob J. Mesman, Erkin Kuru, Akbar Espaillat, Felipe Cava, Yves V. Brun, Michael S. VanNieuwenhze, Boran Kartal, Laura van Niftrik
      Abstract: Planctomycetes are unusual bacteria with complex intracellular compartments and an apparent lack of peptidoglycan in their cell walls. Here, van Teeseling et al . show that the cell wall of an anammox planctomycete does contain peptidoglycan, and propose to redefine planctomycetes as Gram-negative bacteria.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms7878
  • Climate variability modulates western US ozone air quality in spring via
           deep stratospheric intrusions

    • Authors: Meiyun Lin, Arlene M. Fiore, Larry W. Horowitz, Andrew O. Langford, Samuel J. Oltmans, David Tarasick, Harald E. Rieder
      Abstract: Deep stratospheric ozone intrusions can elevate western US ground-level ozone to unhealthy concentrations, but the factors driving interannual variability are poorly understood. Here, the authors combine observations and numerical simulations showing a link between intrusion events and strong La Niña winters.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8105
  • Erratum: A rare variant in APOC3 is associated with plasma triglyceride
           and VLDL levels in Europeans

    • Authors: Nicholas J. Timpson, Klaudia Walter, Josine L. Min, Ioanna Tachmazidou, Giovanni Malerba, So-Youn Shin, Lu Chen, Marta Futema, Lorraine Southam, Valentina Iotchkova, Massimiliano Cocca, Jie Huang, Yasin Memari, Shane McCarthy, Petr Danecek, Dawn Muddyman, Massimo Mangino, Cristina Menni, John R. B. Perry, Susan M. Ring, Amadou Gaye, George Dedoussis, Aliki-Eleni Farmaki, Paul Burton, Philippa J. Talmud, Giovanni Gambaro, Tim D. Spector, George Davey Smith, Richard Durbin, J. Brent Richards, Steve E. Humphries, Eleftheria Zeggini, Nicole Soranzo
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8171
  • Interplay between enterobactin, myeloperoxidase and lipocalin 2 regulates
           E. coli survival in the inflamed gut

    • Authors: Vishal Singh, Beng San Yeoh, Xia Xiao, Manish Kumar, Michael Bachman, Niels Borregaard, Bina Joe, Matam Vijay-Kumar
      Abstract: Gut inflammation triggers a bloom of certain resident bacteria such as E. coli that can contribute to disease. Here, Singh et al. show that a siderophore produced by E. coli inhibits the antibacterial activity of host myeloperoxidase and enhances bacterial survival in the gut of lab mice.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8113
  • Corrigendum: Adiponectin receptor 1 conserves docosahexaenoic acid and
           promotes photoreceptor cell survival

    • Authors: Dennis S. Rice, Jorgelina M. Calandria, William C. Gordon, Bokkyoo Jun, Yongdong Zhou, Claire M. Gelfman, Songhua Li, Minghao Jin, Eric J. Knott, Bo Chang, Alex Abuin, Tawfik Issa, David Potter, Kenneth A. Platt, Nicolas G. Bazan
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8225
  • Erratum: Different forms of effective connectivity in primate
           frontotemporal pathways

    • Authors: Christopher I. Petkov, Yukiko Kikuchi, Alice E. Milne, Mortimer Mishkin, Josef P. Rauschecker, Nikos K. Logothetis
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8190
  • Erratum: Genomic signatures of human and animal disease in the zoonotic
           pathogen Streptococcus suis

    • Authors: Lucy A. Weinert, Roy R. Chaudhuri, Jinhong Wang, Sarah E. Peters, Jukka Corander, Thibaut Jombart, Abiyad Baig, Kate J. Howell, Minna Vehkala, Niko Välimäki, David Harris, Tran Thi Bich Chieu, Nguyen Van Vinh Chau, James Campbell, Constance Schultsz, Julian Parkhill, Stephen D. Bentley, Paul R. Langford, Andrew N. Rycroft, Brendan W. Wren, Jeremy Farrar, Stephen Baker, Ngo Thi Hoa, Matthew T.G. Holden, Alexander W. Tucker, Duncan J. Maskell
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8272
  • Widespread seasonal gene expression reveals annual differences in human
           immunity and physiology

    • Authors: Xaquin Castro Dopico, Marina Evangelou, Ricardo C. Ferreira, Hui Guo, Marcin L. Pekalski, Deborah J. Smyth, Nicholas Cooper, Oliver S. Burren, Anthony J. Fulford, Branwen J. Hennig, Andrew M. Prentice, Anette-G. Ziegler, Ezio Bonifacio, Chris Wallace, John A. Todd
      Abstract: Infectious and chronic diseases display seasonal patterns, yet seasonal changes in physiology are rarely thought to affect human health. Here the authors show seasonal variation in all major blood cells and in gene and protein expression in diverse tissues, suggesting a mechanism for seasonal disease proneness and physiology.
      Citation: Nature Communications
      PubDate: 2015-05-12|2015-05-12
      DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8000
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