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CCDC88B interacts with RASAL3 and ARHGEF2 and regulates dendritic cell function in neuroinflammation and colitis

Multiparameter screen optimizes immunoprecipitation

Structures, functions and adaptations of the human LINE-1 ORF2 protein

Affinity-Based Interactome Analysis of Endogenous LINE-1 Macromolecules

Cancer cells co-evolve with retrotransposons to mitigate viral mimicry

Consequences of a telomerase-related fitness defect and chromosome substitution technology in yeast synIX strains

Expression of L1 retrotransposons in granulocytes from patients with active systemic lupus erythematosus

MsPHep: An online application for low molecular weight heparin rapid characterization based on liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry

Multiple RNA-binding proteins associated with long interspersed element-1 encoded ORF1p are targeted by the autoimmune response in systemic lupus erythematosus

Repeats Mimic Pathogen-Associated Patterns Across a Vast Evolutionary Landscape

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Revealing how ancient genetic invader inhabits our DNA

Revealing how an ancient genetic invader inhabits our DNA

New blood test could offer earlier detection of common deadly cancers Research Spotlight: John LaCava

Research Outreach, John LaCava

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