Current Biology

Print ISSN
0960-9822
Electronic ISSN
1879-0445
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10.026
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108
Article count
12157
Free count
7290
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0.599654
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  1. Deep sea in deep trouble?

    Current Biology 25(21) (2015)

    Ahead of the imminent start of the industrial exploitation of deep sea resources, an EU report finds that scientific knowledge and understanding of this environment and its ecosystems still fall short of what would be needed for a sustainable use. Michael Gross reports.
  2. All Spiking, Sustained ON Displaced Amacrine Cells Receive Gap-Junction Input from Melanopsin Ganglion Cells

    Current Biology 25(21):2878 (2015)

  3. An S-Acylation Switch of Conserved G Domain Cysteines Is Required for Polarity Signaling by ROP GTPases

    Current Biology 25(21):2875 (2015)

  4. The Role of Recent Admixture in Forming the Contemporary West Eurasian Genomic Landscape

    Current Biology 25(21):2878 (2015)

  5. Tatsuo Fukagawa

    Current Biology 25(21):R1021 (2015)

    Tatsuo Fukagawa studies centromeres and kinetochores at the Graduate School of Frontier Bioscience in Osaka University.