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Germinal centers generate high-affinity memory B cells. Qi and colleagues identify a precursor of memory B cells in germinal centers and demonstrate that the cytokine IL-9-derived from follicular helper T cells is important for their development into full-fledged memory cells.
Liu and colleagues show that specification of the dendritic-cell lineage occurs in parallel with specification of the myeloid and lymphoid lineages in or around the hematopoietic-stem-cell stage, starting as a lineage bias defined by transcriptional programs that correlate with the combinatorial dose of IRF8 and PU.1.
Ultrafast-scanning fluorescence correlation spectroscopy has now been used to measure the molecular interactions underlying the phase behaviour of disordered proteins. Sequence-encoded conformational fluctuations of these proteins are shown to give rise to phase-separated droplets of surprisingly low concentrations. These results provide insight into how the structural features of the droplets aff...
An attractive feature of supramolecular polymers is their reversibility — they typically depolymerize upon heating. Now, in the presence of a scavenger molecule, a metalloporphyrin derivative bearing eight amide-containing side chains has been shown to undergo supramolecular polymerization on heating as well as cooling through π-stacking and multivalent hydrogen-bonding interactions.
The direct conversion of linear alkanes to α-olefins, selectively, and without isomerization is a paradigm in the field of catalysis. We show a detailed pathway for how a base metal can promote such a reaction with several turnovers, in a non-oxidative set of C–H activation reactions, thus preventing olefin isomerization.
The catalytic asymmetric α-alkylation of aldehydes has historically been a significant challenge within organic synthesis. Now, this elusive transformation has been achieved through the merger of organocatalysis, photoredox catalysis and hydrogen-atom transfer catalysis to enable the coupling of simple olefins and aldehydes.
A DNA-origami-based calibration method determines and accounts for labeling stoichiometry and fluorophore photophysics to improve protein counting in quantitative super-resolution imaging.
CrY2H-seq, a Cre recombinase reporter-mediated yeast two-hybrid method coupled with next-generation sequencing, enables ultra-high-throughput screening of transcription factor interactions in Arabidopsis thaliana.