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A Deep-Water Seesaw for Warm Climate (2 of 3)

A Deep-Water Seesaw for Warm Climate (2 of 3)
The deep Southern Ocean is oxygenated by dense water sinking from the surface around Antarctica. Our report finds evidence for a period of lower oxygen in the deep water during a past period of global...

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A Deep-Water Seesaw for Warm Climate (3 of 3)

A Deep-Water Seesaw for Warm Climate (3 of 3)
The deep Southern Ocean is oxygenated by dense water sinking from the surface around Antarctica. Our report finds evidence for a period of lower oxygen in the deep water during a past period of global...

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202-326-6440
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Splicing Predictions Used to Identify Disease Mutations (1 of 6)

Splicing Predictions Used to Identify Disease Mutations (1 of 6)
These are concept Dominoes. Artists' conception of how disease-causing genetic mutations reside with long chains of DNA. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the Dec. 19 2014 issue of ...

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Splicing Predictions Used to Identify Disease Mutations (2 of 6)

Splicing Predictions Used to Identify Disease Mutations (2 of 6)
These are concept Jenga blocks. Artists' conception of the consequences of genetic mutations, such as the ones studied by Frey and his team, including autism, spinal muscular atrophy and colorectal ...

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Splicing Predictions Used to Identify Disease Mutations (3 of 6)

Splicing Predictions Used to Identify Disease Mutations (3 of 6)
Frey's team used computational deep learning techniques to train a system that mimics the process of splicing in the cell (left panel). Features such as motifs, RNA secondary structures and nucleosome...

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Splicing Predictions Used to Identify Disease Mutations (5 of 6)

Splicing Predictions Used to Identify Disease Mutations (5 of 6)
Co-first authors Leo Lee (left) and Hui Xiong (right) discuss the project with lead investigator Brendan Frey. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the Dec. 19 2014 issue of Science...

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Splicing Predictions Used to Identify Disease Mutations (6 of 6)

Splicing Predictions Used to Identify Disease Mutations (6 of 6)
Babak Alipanahi, Hannes Bretschneider, Brendan Frey and Hui Xiong discuss how the splicing code is used to understand disease mutations. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the Dec. 19 ...

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Design, Structure, and Function of a Membrane Transporter (1 of 1)

Design, Structure, and Function of a Membrane Transporter (1 of 1)
Researchers report the computational design, structure, and function of a transmembrane antiport protein. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the Dec. 19 2014 issue of Science, ...

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Engineered Interactions Yield Stable Quantum States (1 of 3)

Engineered Interactions Yield Stable Quantum States (1 of 3)
This is a linear Paul trap used in experiments. In the black channel, in the middle of the picture, ions may be trapped. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the Dec . 19 2014 issue of ...

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Engineered Interactions Yield Stable Quantum States (2 of 3)

Engineered Interactions Yield Stable Quantum States (2 of 3)
This is a closer view of the trap. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the Dec.19 2014 issue of Science, published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The ...

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