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Fwd: PLoS Pathogens New Articles Published

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New Articles in PLoS Pathogens

Published December 15, 2011

Comparative Pathobiology of Fungal Pathogens of Plants and Animals
Martin B. Dickman, Paul de Figueiredo

Cryo Electron Tomography of Herpes Simplex Virus during Axonal Transport and Secondary Envelopment in Primary Neurons
Iosune Ibiricu, Juha T. Huiskonen, Katinka Döhner, Frank Bradke, Beate Sodeik, Kay Grünewald

Pathogenesis and Host Response in Syrian Hamsters following Intranasal Infection with Andes Virus
David Safronetz, Marko Zivcec, Rachel LaCasse, Friederike Feldmann, Rebecca Rosenke, Dan Long, Elaine Haddock, Douglas Brining, Donald Gardner, Heinz Feldmann, Hideki Ebihara

Structural Elucidation and Functional Characterization of the Hyaloperonospora arabidopsidis Effector Protein ATR13
Lauriebeth Leonelli, Jeffery Pelton, Allyn Schoeffler, Douglas Dahlbeck, James Berger, David E. Wemmer, Brian Staskawicz

Inhibition of Apoptosis and NF-κB Activation by Vaccinia Protein N1 Occur via Distinct Binding Surfaces and Make Different Contributions to Virulence
Carlos Maluquer de Motes, Samantha Cooray, Hongwei Ren, Gabriel M. F. Almeida, Kieran McGourty, Mohammad W. Bahar, David I. Stuart, Jonathan M. Grimes, Stephen C. Graham, Geoffrey L. Smith

Association of Activating KIR Copy Number Variation of NK Cells with Containment of SIV Replication in Rhesus Monkeys
Ina Hellmann, So-Yon Lim, Rebecca S. Gelman, Norman L. Letvin

Synergistic Roles of Eukaryotic Translation Elongation Factors 1Bγ and 1A in Stimulation of Tombusvirus Minus-Strand Synthesis
Zsuzsanna Sasvari, Lara Izotova, Terri Goss Kinzy, Peter D. Nagy

Fungal Virulence and Development Is Regulated by Alternative Pre-mRNA 3′End Processing in Magnaporthe oryzae
Marina Franceschetti, Emilio Bueno, Richard A. Wilson, Sara L. Tucker, Concepción Gómez-Mena, Grant Calder, Ane Sesma

Nef Decreases HIV-1 Sensitivity to Neutralizing Antibodies that Target the Membrane-proximal External Region of TMgp41
Rachel P.J. Lai, Jin Yan, Jonathan Heeney, Myra O. McClure, Heinrich Göttlinger, Jeremy Luban, Massimo Pizzato

The Membrane Fusion Step of Vaccinia Virus Entry Is Cooperatively Mediated by Multiple Viral Proteins and Host Cell Components
Jason P. Laliberte, Andrea S. Weisberg, Bernard Moss

Granzyme B Inhibits Vaccinia Virus Production through Proteolytic Cleavage of Eukaryotic Initiation Factor 4 Gamma 3
Marcelo Marcet-Palacios, Brenda Lee Duggan, Irene Shostak, Michele Barry, Tracy Geskes, John A. Wilkins, Akiko Yanagiya, Nahum Sonenberg, R. Chris Bleackley

Juxtamembrane Shedding of Plasmodium falciparum AMA1 Is Sequence Independent and Essential, and Helps Evade Invasion-Inhibitory Antibodies
Anna Olivieri, Christine R. Collins, Fiona Hackett, Chrislaine Withers-Martinez, Joshua Marshall, Helen R. Flynn, J. Mark Skehel, Michael J. Blackman

Quantitative Multicolor Super-Resolution Microscopy Reveals Tetherin HIV-1 Interaction
Martin Lehmann, Susana Rocha, Bastien Mangeat, Fabien Blanchet, Hiroshi Uji-i, Johan Hofkens, Vincent Piguet


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Fwd: PLoS Genetics New Articles Published

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Published December 15, 2011

An Anti-Checkpoint Activity for Rif1
Yaniv Harari, Linda Rubinstein, Martin Kupiec

A High-Resolution Whole-Genome Map of Key Chromatin Modifications in the Adult Drosophila melanogaster
Hang Yin, Sarah Sweeney, Debasish Raha, Michael Snyder, Haifan Lin

Identification of Evolutionarily Conserved Exons as Regulated Targets for the Splicing Activator Tra2β in Development
Sushma Grellscheid, Caroline Dalgliesh, Markus Storbeck, Andrew Best, Yilei Liu, Miriam Jakubik, Ylva Mende, Ingrid Ehrmann, Tomaz Curk, Kristina Rossbach, Cyril F. Bourgeois, James Stévenin, David Grellscheid, Michael S. Jackson, Brunhilde Wirth, David J. Elliott

HIF-1 Regulates Iron Homeostasis in Caenorhabditis elegans by Activation and Inhibition of Genes Involved in Iron Uptake and Storage
Steven Joshua Romney, Ben S. Newman, Colin Thacker, Elizabeth A. Leibold

Drosophila Ribosomal Protein Mutants Control Tissue Growth Non-Autonomously via Effects on the Prothoracic Gland and Ecdysone
Jane I. Lin, Naomi C. Mitchell, Marina Kalcina, Elly Tchoubrieva, Mary J. Stewart, Steven J. Marygold, Cherryl D. Walker, George Thomas, Sally J. Leevers, Richard B. Pearson, Leonie M. Quinn, Ross D. Hannan

Plasticity of BRCA2 Function in Homologous Recombination: Genetic Interactions of the PALB2 and DNA Binding Domains
Nicolas Siaud, Maria A. Barbera, Akinori Egashira, Isabel Lam, Nicole Christ, Katharina Schlacher, Bing Xia, Maria Jasin

Ancestral Components of Admixed Genomes in a Mexican Cohort
Nicholas A. Johnson, Marc A. Coram, Mark D. Shriver, Isabelle Romieu, Gregory S. Barsh, Stephanie J. London, Hua Tang

A Functional Phylogenomic View of the Seed Plants
Ernest K. Lee, Angelica Cibrian-Jaramillo, Sergios-Orestis Kolokotronis, Manpreet S. Katari, Alexandros Stamatakis, Michael Ott, Joanna C. Chiu, Damon P. Little, Dennis Wm. Stevenson, W. Richard McCombie, Robert A. Martienssen, Gloria Coruzzi, Rob DeSalle

Target Site Recognition by a Diversity-Generating Retroelement
Huatao Guo, Longping V. Tse, Angela W. Nieh, Elizabeth Czornyj, Steven Williams, Sabrina Oukil, Vincent B. Liu, Jeff F. Miller

A Densely Interconnected Genome-Wide Network of MicroRNAs and Oncogenic Pathways Revealed Using Gene Expression Signatures
Chia Huey Ooi, Hue Kian Oh, Hannah Zhu'Ai Wang, Angie Lay Keng Tan, Jeanie Wu, Minghui Lee, Sun Young Rha, Hyun Cheol Chung, David Marc Virshup, Patrick Tan

A Novel Checkpoint and RPA Inhibitory Pathway Regulated by Rif1
Yuan Xue, Michael D. Rushton, Laura Maringele


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Fwd: PLoS Computational Biology New Articles Published

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Published December 15, 2011

Role of Histone Tails in Structural Stability of the Nucleosome
Mithun Biswas, Karine Voltz, Jeremy C. Smith, Jörg Langowski

Probabilistic Inference in General Graphical Models through Sampling in Stochastic Networks of Spiking Neurons
Dejan Pecevski, Lars Buesing, Wolfgang Maass

Predictability of Evolutionary Trajectories in Fitness Landscapes
Alexander E. Lobkovsky, Yuri I. Wolf, Eugene V. Koonin

A Hierarchical Neuronal Model for Generation and Online Recognition of Birdsongs
Izzet B. Yildiz, Stefan J. Kiebel

Tuning the Mammalian Circadian Clock: Robust Synergy of Two Loops
Angela Relógio, Pal O. Westermark, Thomas Wallach, Katja Schellenberg, Achim Kramer, Hanspeter Herzel

Translating Clinical Findings into Knowledge in Drug Safety Evaluation - Drug Induced Liver Injury Prediction System (DILIps)
Zhichao Liu, Qiang Shi, Don Ding, Reagan Kelly, Hong Fang, Weida Tong

Increased Vulnerability of Human Ventricle to Re-entrant Excitation in hERG-linked Variant 1 Short QT Syndrome
Ismail Adeniran, Mark J. McPate, Harry J. Witchel, Jules C. Hancox, Henggui Zhang

Switches, Excitable Responses and Oscillations in the Ring1B/Bmi1 Ubiquitination System
Lan K. Nguyen, Javier Muñoz-García, Helene Maccario, Aaron Ciechanover, Walter Kolch, Boris N. Kholodenko


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Fwd: Cloud9 IDE now with VIM mode, Code Folding & Code Inspectors - nice!

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Date: Dec 16, 2011 11:10 AM
Subject: Cloud9 IDE now with VIM mode, Code Folding & Code Inspectors - nice!
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WE WISH YOU A SPECTACULAR HOLIDAY SEASON!
 
 
 
 
GET VIMIFIED
 
FOLD THAT CODE
 
INSPECTOR GADGET C9
 
       
 
New Feature: Cloud9 IDE Gets Vimified
 
New feature:
Code Folding
 
New feature:
Get your values LIVE!
 
 
New Feature: Cloud9 IDE Gets Vimified
 
 

At Cloud9, we love Vim, and we know a lot of you do too. Its superior bindings alone make it an editor to be reckoned with. For these reasons, we decided to integrate Vim into Cloud9 IDE! There's something amazing about pairing a traditional text editor with a sleek and modern development environment.
Read More & watch the video about Vim Mode

 
 
 
New Feature: Fold That Code
 
 

Code folding is here! Much like Zen Mode, Code Folding is another way to help you focus on the important stuff while working in Cloud9 IDE. The new feature allows you to focus on critical parts of your document by giving you the ability to hide less relevant code. Let the covert operations begin.
Read More & watch the video about Code Folding

 
 
 
New Feature: Inspector Gadget C9
 
 

We've introduced some pretty handy inspection features in the past, like the Interactive Window and Quickwatch Panel. This time, we've taken Node.js debugging to the next level with Live Inspector. Live Inspector allows you to hover over a property to instantly view its value, expand child properties while evaluating complex projects, evaluate expressions on the fly and more! 
Go, go C9!
Read more & watch the video about Live Inspector

 
 
 
Oh yeah, two more things...
 
 

Node.js Trainings
Want to learn more about Node.js but don't know where to start? At Cloud9 IDE, we have a team of uber smart Node.js experts who are eager to spread their know-how. Contact us at training@c9.io to set up a training, or to organize a Node.js workshop at your event or meetup!

 
 
We're hiring. Join the development revolution!
 
 
Our All-Star team consists of a diverse selection of very bright, funny and talented people. They are passionate about what they do and enjoy being part of the team that makes Cloud9 IDE an ongoing success. Having fun together is a big part of our success formula. If you want to come work with us, make sure to bring a good sense of humor!

 
Who are we looking for? 
Product Marketing Manager | San Francisco
Senior Javascript Developer | Amsterdam &
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User Interface Engineer | Amsterdam
JavaScript System Engineer | Amsterdam
Support Engineer | Amsterdam

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