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Table of Contents: February 2015

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Circadian Purine Synthesis and Cell Cycle.

Image Credit: Ying Li and Guang Li
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The level of inosine 5'-monophosphate (IMP), an intermediate metabolite in de novo purine synthesis, showed significant circadian oscillation in larval zebrafish. We focused on IMP dehydrogenase (impdh), a rate-limiting enzyme in de novo purine synthesis, with three circadian oscillating gene homologs: impdh1a, impdh1b and impdh2. Functional analysis revealed that impdh2 contributes to the daily rhythm of S phase in the cell cycle while impdh1a contributes to ocular development and pigment synthesis. The three zebrafish homologs of impdh are likely regulated by different circadian transcription factors. Li et al.

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Research Articles

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David G. García Münzer, Margaritis Kostoglou, Michael C. Georgiadis, Efstratios N. Pistikopoulos, Athanasios Mantalaris

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Quantifying Two-Dimensional Filamentous and Invasive Growth Spatial Patterns in Yeast Colonies

Benjamin J. Binder, Joanna F. Sundstrom, Jennifer M. Gardner, Vladimir Jiranek, Stephen G. Oliver

The Molecular Clock of Neutral Evolution Can Be Accelerated or Slowed by Asymmetric Spatial Structure

Benjamin Allen, Christine Sample, Yulia Dementieva, Ruben C. Medeiros, Christopher Paoletti, Martin A. Nowak

Correlations and Functional Connections in a Population of Grid Cells

Benjamin Dunn, Maria Mørreaunet, Yasser Roudi

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Andrew J. K. Conlan, Ellen Brooks Pollock, Trevelyan J. McKinley, Andrew P. Mitchell, Gareth J. Jones, Martin Vordermeier, James L. N. Wood

Data-Driven Prediction and Design of bZIP Coiled-Coil Interactions

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Hinrich Arnoldt, Shuwen Chang, Sven Jahnke, Birk Urmersbach, Holger Taschenberger, Marc Timme