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Meta-analysis of the TNFAIP3 region in psoriasis reveals a risk haplotype that is distinct from other autoimmune diseases

Association of the LRRK2 genetic polymorphisms with leprosy in Han Chinese from Southwest China

Genome-wide significant linkage to IgG subclass responses against Plasmodium falciparum antigens on chromosomes 8p22-p21, 9q34 and 20q13

Predictors of vascular remodelling in hypertensive subjects with well-controlled blood pressure levels

Spectral analyses of systolic blood pressure and heart rate variability and their association with cognitive performance in elderly hypertensive subjects

Attitudes and preferences for the clinical management of hypertension and hypertension-related cardiac disease in general practice: results of the Italian Hypertension and Heart Survey

Serum caffeine concentrations and short-term outcomes in premature infants of ⩽29 weeks of gestation

Normative amplitude-integrated EEG measures in preterm infants

Doppler abnormalities in monochorionic diamniotic twin pregnancies with discordant growth

Outcomes of extremely preterm infants after delivery room cardiopulmonary resuscitation in a population-based cohort

Are trends in the proportions of non-medically indicated inductions different by Medicaid status?

Corrigendum: Activation and repression by oncogenic MYC shape tumour-specific gene expression profiles

Nature511, 483–487 (2014); doi:10.1038/nature13473In this Letter, the ArrayExpress microarray data set accession number was wrongly given as E-MTAB-1524; the correct accession number is E-MTAB-1886. This has been corrected in the online versions of...

Protein quality control at the inner nuclear membrane

The nuclear envelope is a double membrane that separates the nucleus from the cytoplasm. The inner nuclear membrane (INM) functions in essential nuclear processes including chromatin organization and regulation of gene expression. The outer nuclear m...

Global protected area expansion is compromised by projected land-use and parochialism

Protected areas are one of the main tools for halting the continuing global biodiversity crisis caused by habitat loss, fragmentation and other anthropogenic pressures. According to the Aichi Biodiversity Target 11 adopted by the Convention on Biolog...

The contribution of the Precambrian continental lithosphere to global H2 production

Microbial ecosystems can be sustained by hydrogen gas (H2)-producing water–rock interactions in the Earth’s subsurface and at deep ocean vents. Current estimates of global H2 production from the marine lithosphere by water–rock reactions (hydra...

Reconstruction and control of a time-dependent two-electron wave packet

The concerted motion of two or more bound electrons governs atomic and molecular non-equilibrium processes including chemical reactions, and hence there is much interest in developing a detailed understanding of such electron dynamics in the quantum ...

Deterministic switching of ferromagnetism at room temperature using an electric field

The technological appeal of multiferroics is the ability to control magnetism with electric field. For devices to be useful, such control must be achieved at room temperature. The only single-phase multiferroic material exhibiting unambiguous magneto...

The exclusion of a significant range of ages in a massive star cluster

Stars spend most of their lifetimes on the main sequence in the Hertzsprung–Russell diagram. The extended main-sequence turn-off regions—containing stars leaving the main sequence after having spent all of the hydrogen in their cores—found in m...

An AUTS2–Polycomb complex activates gene expression in the CNS

Naturally occurring variations of Polycomb repressive complex 1 (PRC1) comprise a core assembly of Polycomb group proteins and additional factors that include, surprisingly, autism susceptibility candidate 2 (AUTS2). Although AUTS2 is often disrupted...

Functionalized olefin cross-coupling to construct carbon–carbon bonds

Carbon–carbon (C–C) bonds form the backbone of many important molecules, including polymers, dyes and pharmaceutical agents. The development of new methods to create these essential connections in a rapid and practical fashion has been the focus ...

2014 Editors' choice

Extracts from selected News & Views articles published this year.

Influenza: An RNA-synthesizing machine

Crystal structures of the complete RNA polymerases from influenza A and B viruses provide insight into how these enzymes initiate RNA synthesis, and reveal targets for antiviral drug design. See Articles p.355 & p.361

Materials science: Two steps for a magnetoelectric switch

Magnetoelectric materials allow magnetism to be controlled by an electric field. The discovery of an indirect path for switching electrical polarization in one such material brings this idea close to practical use. See Letter p.370

Conservation: Mind the gaps

New analysis reveals the conservation gains that could be achieved by expanding the global network of protected areas — but also how this may be undermined by land-use change and a lack of international coordination. See Letter p.383

Synthetic biology: Toehold gene switches make big footprints

The development of RNA-based devices called toehold switches that regulate translation might usher in an era in which protein production can be linked to almost any RNA input and provide precise, low-cost diagnostics.


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