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The crystal structures of two cytochrome c oxidases, one bacterial and one mammalian, offer insights into their roles in oxygen chemistry and as proton pumps.
The reason the maternal immune system does not reject a foetus may involve the downregulation of T-cell receptors specific for paternal antigens. A similar mechanism may help explain the remission seen in autoimmune patients during pregnancy.
The transcription factors that bind the c-fos promoter element SRE are targeted by multiple, independent signalling cascades; the identities of these signalling pathways and their modes of activation are being elucidated.
Recent experiments clarify the role of the primary visual cortex and other cortical areas in visual awareness and blindsight.
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