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Activated entomopathogenic nematode infective juveniles release lethal venom proteins

April 20, 2017

Activated entomopathogenic nematode infective juveniles release lethal venom proteins

Adler R. Dillman and colleagues

Image credit: Lu D, et al. (2017)

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04/20/2017

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Rotavirus genome replication: Some assembly required

Sarah M. McDonald and Courtney P. Long analyze rotavirus genome replication and virion assembly, which are both central processes in the life cycles of all viruses. They investigate the structure and functions of the virion particles and early rotavirus assembly intermediates. McDonald and Long also look at the engagement between the rotavirus polymerase (VP1) and the core shell protein (VP2). 

Image credit: Long CP, et al. (2017)

Rotavirus genome replication: Some assembly required

04/20/2017

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10 Years of PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases

PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) celebrates the 10th Anniversary of their journal. NTDs thanks supporters, editors, and authors that have brought awareness to disease-endemic countries. Their special 10th Anniversary Collection not only highlights lessons and achievements of the past but foreshadows continued research and awareness in the future.

10 Years of PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases

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