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The molecular cross talk of the dystrophin–glycoprotein complex

The proper function of skeletal muscles relies on their ability to process signals derived from motor neurons, contract, and regenerate efficiently after injury, and the dystrophin–glycoprotein complex plays a central role in these processes as a transmembrane platform that anchors the extracellular.... more

Host–microbiota interplay in mediating immune disorders

The gut microbiota provide essential health benefits by regulating immune homeostasis. This review, for the next issue of the series Antimicrobial Therapeutics Reviews, discusses situations in which a dysregulated microbiome can induce autoimmunity and diseases outside of the gut. more

Evolutionary ecology of telomeres: a review

Telomeres are repeated sequences of noncoding DNA and associated proteins that protect the ends of chromosomes, and telomere maintenance is associated with life span and disease via a range of dynamic mechanisms that vary across taxa. This review, for the upcoming next installment of the series The.... more

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