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  • Communication Is Key: 5'-3' Interactions that Regulate mRNA Translation and Turnover. [Journal Article]
    Adv Exp Med Biol 2019; 1203:149-164Fakim H, Fabian MR
  • Most eukaryotic mRNAs maintain a 5' cap structure and 3' poly(A) tail, cis-acting elements that are often separated by thousands of nucleotides. Nevertheless, multiple paradigms exist where mRNA 5' and 3' termini interact with each other in order to regulate mRNA translation and turnover. mRNAs recruit translation initiation factors to their termini, which in turn physically interact with each ot…
  • The triple role of glutathione S-transferases in mammalian male fertility. [Review]
    Cell Mol Life Sci 2019Llavanera M, Mateo-Otero Y, … Yeste M
  • Male idiopathic infertility accounts for 15-25% of reproductive failure. One of the factors that has been linked to this condition is oxidative stress (OS), defined as the imbalance between antioxidants and reactive oxygen species. Amongst the different factors that protect the cell against OS, the members of the glutathione S-transferase (GST) superfamily play an important role. Interestingly, r…
  • Modeling other minds: Bayesian inference explains human choices in group decision-making. [Journal Article]
    Sci Adv 2019; 5(11):eaax8783Khalvati K, Park SA, … Rao RPN
  • To make decisions in a social context, humans have to predict the behavior of others, an ability that is thought to rely on having a model of other minds known as "theory of mind." Such a model becomes especially complex when the number of people one simultaneously interacts with is large and actions are anonymous. Here, we present results from a group decision-making task known as the volunteer'…
  • The representation of two-body shapes in the human visual cortex. [Journal Article]
    J Neurosci 2019Abassi E, Papeo L
  • Human social nature has shaped visual perception. A signature of the relationship between vision and sociality is a particular visual sensitivity to social entities such as faces and bodies. We asked whether human vision also exhibits a special sensitivity to spatial relations that reliably correlate with social relations. In general, interacting people are more often situated face-to-face than b…
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