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PLOS Genetics Research Prize 2015

August 26, 2015

PLOS Genetics Research Prize 2015

Nominations now open! 

More information available here.

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Current Issue July 2015

08/25/2015

research article

Rac1 Regulates Endometrial Secretory Function to Control Placental Development

Juanmahel Davila and colleagues provide insights into the molecular mechanisms by which Rac1, a signaling molecule expressed in the decidua, controls uterine secretions that mediate maternal-fetal communication critical for placental development and establishment of pregnancy.

Image credit: Juanmahel Davila and colleagues

Rac1 Regulates Endometrial Secretory Function to Control Placental Development

12/05/2013

deep reads

Recommendations from Jane Gitschier's Bookshelf

Highlights of the decade: PLOS Genetics launched a new frontmatter feature, the “Deep Reads” column, celebrating books in the realm of genetics and, in this instance, beyond

Recommendations from Jane Gitschier's Bookshelf

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07/16/2015

Interview

Irrepressible: An Interview with Mark Ptashne

Jane Gitschier interviews Mark Ptashne, who holds the Ludwig Chair of Molecular Biology at Sloan-Kettering in New York, about politics, the violin and the λ repressor.

Irrepressible: An Interview with Mark Ptashne

Image credit: Image courtesy of Mark Ptashne.