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June 14, 2013

Volume 288Issue 24p17609-17940
Open Access
On The Cover: The use of engineered nanoparticles as molecular probes is opening new avenues for the understanding of diverse cell processes. On this occasion, gold nanoparticles were utilized to identify regulators of the antiapoptotic machinery in cancer cells. Using this approach, the mitochondrial calcium uniporter (MICU1) was identified as one such regulator, proving its involvement in cancer cell resistance to apoptosis. For details see the article by Arvizo et al., pages 17610–17618....
On The Cover: The use of engineered nanoparticles as molecular probes is opening new avenues for the understanding of diverse cell processes. On this occasion, gold nanoparticles were utilized to identify regulators of the antiapoptotic machinery in cancer cells. Using this approach, the mitochondrial calcium uniporter (MICU1) was identified as one such regulator, proving its involvement in cancer cell resistance to apoptosis. For details see the article by Arvizo et al., pages 17610–17618.

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Glycobiology and Extracellular Matrices

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Microbiology

Molecular Bases of Disease

Molecular Biophysics

Neurobiology

Protein Structure and Folding

Protein Synthesis and Degradation

RNA

Signal Transduction

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