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01/03/2020

Cardiovascular Biology

In vivo elongation of thin filaments results in heart failure

Mi-Mi and colleagues found that the overexpression of the sarcomeric protein Lmod2 in mice increases the length of thin filaments, leading to functional and contractile defects in the cardiac muscle.

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In vivo elongation of thin filaments results in heart failure

12/23/2019

climate change

Toxic trajectories under future climate conditions

Marcantonio and colleagues model how flooding may redistribute toxic substances from contaminated sites in the environment, and find that future climate scenarios may increase the risk of toxin dispersion.

Toxic trajectories under future climate conditions

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12/30/2019

psychology

Self-efficacy, procrastination, and burnout in post-secondary faculty

In a longitudinal analysis, Hall and colleagues looked at a cohort of over 3,000 faculty participants from 69 countries and found that perceived self-efficacy or competence at baseline corresponded with lower procrastination and burnout.

Self-efficacy, procrastination, and burnout in post-secondary faculty

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12/20/2019

EVERYONE

Unravelling the dinosaur diet one tooth at a time

Dinosaurs are known to replace their teeth throughtout their lifetimes with replacement rates giving us clues about their diets. In this EveryONE blog Senior Editor, Nicola Stead writes about a recent PLOS ONE study on tooth replacement rates in three theropod dinosaurs,

Unravelling the dinosaur diet one tooth at a time

Image credit: Sae Bom Ra (pone.0224734)

01/10/2020

Ecology

Human-raptor conflict in rural settlements of Colombia

Restrepo-Cardona and colleagues examine how socio-demographic factors influence attitudes towards an endangered eagle species in rural communities in the Colombian Andes.

Human-raptor conflict in rural settlements of Colombia

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