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    June 2018
  1. AOUACHERIA A, Cunningham KW, Hardwick JM, Palkova Z, et al
    Comment on "Sterilizing immunity in the lung relies on targeting fungal apoptosis-like programmed cell death".
    Science. 2018;360.
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    May 2018
  2. FISHER MC, Hawkins NJ, Sanglard D, Gurr SJ, et al
    Worldwide emergence of resistance to antifungal drugs challenges human health and food security.
    Science. 2018;360:739-742.
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  3. BAKER S, Thomson N, Weill FX, Holt KE, et al
    Genomic insights into the emergence and spread of antimicrobial-resistant bacterial pathogens.
    Science. 2018;360:733-738.
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  4. CHEN P, Tao L, Wang T, Zhang J, et al
    Structural basis for recognition of frizzled proteins by Clostridium difficile toxin B.
    Science. 2018;360:664-669.
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    April 2018
  5. ALESSI DR, Sammler E
    LRRK2 kinase in Parkinson's disease.
    Science. 2018;360:36-37.
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  6. BROADFOOT M
    A delicate balance.
    Science. 2018;360:18-20.
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    March 2018
  7. HERMAN-BAUSIER P, Dufrene YF
    Force matters in hospital-acquired infections.
    Science. 2018;359:1464-1465.
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  8. VOYLES J, Woodhams DC, Saenz V, Byrne AQ, et al
    Shifts in disease dynamics in a tropical amphibian assemblage are not due to pathogen attenuation.
    Science. 2018;359:1517-1519.
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  9. THAISS CA, Levy M, Grosheva I, Zheng D, et al
    Hyperglycemia drives intestinal barrier dysfunction and risk for enteric infection.
    Science. 2018;359:1376-1383.
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  10. WEINSTEIN SB, Buck JC, Young HS
    A landscape of disgust.
    Science. 2018;359:1213-1214.
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  11. BERKLEY S
    Health security's blind spot.
    Science. 2018;359:1075.
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  12. FLEMING-DAVIES AE, Williams PD, Dhondt AA, Dobson AP, et al
    Incomplete host immunity favors the evolution of virulence in an emergent pathogen.
    Science. 2018;359:1030-1033.
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  13. LESLIE M
    Nature's strategies: Stealing genes to survive.
    Science. 2018;359:979.
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    February 2018
  14. CARROLL D, Daszak P, Wolfe ND, Gao GF, et al
    The Global Virome Project.
    Science. 2018;359:872-874.
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  15. KUPFERSCHMIDT K
    Use of cholera vaccines expands, raising hopes.
    Science. 2018;359:620-621.
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    January 2018
  16. ZHAO W, Caro F, Robins W, Mekalanos JJ, et al
    Antagonism toward the intestinal microbiota and its effect on Vibrio cholerae virulence.
    Science. 2018;359:210-213.
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  17. PACE L, Goudot C, Zueva E, Gueguen P, et al
    The epigenetic control of stemness in CD8(+) T cell fate commitment.
    Science. 2018;359:177-186.
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    December 2017
  18. HOFFMANN D, Palumbo F, Ravel J, Roghmann MC, et al
    Improving regulation of microbiota transplants.
    Science. 2017;358:1390-1391.
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  19. NOWOTNY H
    Fotis Kafatos (1940-2017).
    Science. 2017;358:1387.
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  20. GUNZER M
    Escaping the traps of your own hunters.
    Science. 2017;358:1126-1127.
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  21. JIMENEZ-ALCAZAR M, Rangaswamy C, Panda R, Bitterling J, et al
    Host DNases prevent vascular occlusion by neutrophil extracellular traps.
    Science. 2017;358:1202-1206.
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    September 2017
  22. VAN BOECKEL TP, Glennon EE, Chen D, Gilbert M, et al
    Reducing antimicrobial use in food animals.
    Science. 2017;357:1350-1352.
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  23. SHLEZINGER N, Irmer H, Dhingra S, Beattie SR, et al
    Sterilizing immunity in the lung relies on targeting fungal apoptosis-like programmed cell death.
    Science. 2017;357:1037-1041.
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  24. BEL S, Pendse M, Wang Y, Li Y, et al
    Paneth cells secrete lysozyme via secretory autophagy during bacterial infection of the intestine.
    Science. 2017;357:1047-1052.
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    August 2017
  25. KUPFERSCHMIDT K
    Anthrax cousin wreaks havoc in the rainforest.
    Science. 2017;357:438-439.
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    July 2017
  26. PULLA P
    Disease sleuths unmask deadly encephalitis culprit.
    Science. 2017;357:344.
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  27. COHEN J
    Zika rewrites maternal immunization ethics.
    Science. 2017;357:241.
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  28. MEDLEY GF, Vassall A
    When an emerging disease becomes endemic.
    Science. 2017;357:156-158.
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  29. LIPSITCH M, Eyal N
    Improving vaccine trials in infectious disease emergencies.
    Science. 2017;357:153-156.
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  30. METCALF CJE, Lessler J
    Opportunities and challenges in modeling emerging infectious diseases.
    Science. 2017;357:149-152.
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  31. HALLIDAY JEB, Hampson K, Hanley N, Lembo T, et al
    Driving improvements in emerging disease surveillance through locally relevant capacity strengthening.
    Science. 2017;357:146-148.
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  32. ASH C
    Outbreak.
    Science. 2017;357:144-145.
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    June 2017
  33. JARVIS M
    AAAS Leshner fellow aligns science with public service.
    Science. 2017;356:1344-1345.
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  34. KUPFERSCHMIDT K
    Cholera vaccine faces major test in Yemen.
    Science. 2017;356:1316-1317.
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  35. GALVANI AP, Fitzpatrick MC, Vermund SH, Singer BH, et al
    Fund global health: Save lives and money.
    Science. 2017;356:1018-1019.
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  36. KUMAR S
    India resurrects forgotten leprosy vaccine.
    Science. 2017;356:999.
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  37. KUPFERSCHMIDT K
    Bat patrol.
    Science. 2017;356:901-903.
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    May 2017
  38. KUPFERSCHMIDT K
    Fears of Ebola resurgence quickly dispelled in Liberia.
    Science. 2017;356:575.
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    March 2017
  39. BLONDIAUX N, Moune M, Desroses M, Frita R, et al
    Reversion of antibiotic resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis by spiroisoxazoline SMARt-420.
    Science. 2017;355:1206-1211.
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    February 2017
  40. TAYEB-FLIGELMAN E, Tabachnikov O, Moshe A, Goldshmidt-Tran O, et al
    The cytotoxic Staphylococcus aureus PSMalpha3 reveals a cross-alpha amyloid-like fibril.
    Science. 2017;355:831-833.
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    November 2016
  41. STINEAR TP, Brosch R
    Leprosy in red squirrels.
    Science. 2016;354:702-703.
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  42. KUPFERSCHMIDT K
    Study suggests hidden epidemic in CF patients.
    Science. 2016;354:695.
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    September 2016
  43. RANGAN KJ, Pedicord VA, Wang YC, Kim B, et al
    A secreted bacterial peptidoglycan hydrolase enhances tolerance to enteric pathogens.
    Science. 2016;353:1434-1437.
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  44. LOPEZ CA, Miller BM, Rivera-Chavez F, Velazquez EM, et al
    Virulence factors enhance Citrobacter rodentium expansion through aerobic respiration.
    Science. 2016;353:1249-53.
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    August 2016
  45. ESTES ML, McAllister AK
    Maternal immune activation: Implications for neuropsychiatric disorders.
    Science. 2016;353:772-7.
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    July 2016
  46. WANG H, Avican K, Fahlgren A, Erttmann SF, et al
    Increased plasmid copy number is essential for Yersinia T3SS function and virulence.
    Science. 2016;353:492-5.
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  47. COHEN J
    PUBLIC HEALTH. African HIV/tuberculosis institutes merge.
    Science. 2016;353:332.
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  48. LESSLER J, Chaisson LH, Kucirka LM, Bi Q, et al
    Assessing the global threat from Zika virus.
    Science. 2016 Jul 14. pii: aaf8160.
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    June 2016
  49. SERVICK K
    DRUG DEVELOPMENT. Beleaguered phage therapy trial presses on.
    Science. 2016;352:1506.
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  50. VOGEL G
    INFECTIOUS DISEASE. Experts fear Zika's effects may be even worse than thought.
    Science. 2016;352:1375-6.
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  51. AMIRTHA T
    MICROBIOME RESEARCH. Banking on stool despite an uncertain future.
    Science. 2016;352:1261-2.
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    May 2016
  52. GHSSEIN G, Brutesco C, Ouerdane L, Fojcik C, et al
    Biosynthesis of a broad-spectrum nicotianamine-like metallophore in Staphylococcus aureus.
    Science. 2016;352:1105-9.
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  53. RIALDI A, Campisi L, Zhao N, Lagda AC, et al
    Topoisomerase 1 inhibition suppresses inflammatory genes and protects from death by inflammation.
    Science. 2016;352:aad7993.
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  54. CORNWALL W
    A Plague of Rats.
    Science. 2016;352:912-5.
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    April 2016
  55. LI SS, Zhu A, Benes V, Costea PI, et al
    Durable coexistence of donor and recipient strains after fecal microbiota transplantation.
    Science. 2016;352:586-9.
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  56. PAMER EG
    Resurrecting the intestinal microbiota to combat antibiotic-resistant pathogens.
    Science. 2016;352:535-8.
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  57. LAWLER A
    ANCIENT DNA. How Europe exported the Black Death.
    Science. 2016;352:501-2.
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  58. RAMANAN D, Bowcutt R, Lee SC, Tang MS, et al
    Helminth infection promotes colonization resistance via type 2 immunity.
    Science. 2016;352:608-12.
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  59. NETEA MG, Joosten LA, Latz E, Mills KH, et al
    Trained immunity: A program of innate immune memory in health and disease.
    Science. 2016;352:aaf1098.
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  60. PILLAI PS, Molony RD, Martinod K, Dong H, et al
    Mx1 reveals innate pathways to antiviral resistance and lethal influenza disease.
    Science. 2016;352:463-6.
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  61. KUPFERSCHMIDT K
    INFECTIOUS DISEASES. Refugee crisis brings new health challenges.
    Science. 2016;352:391-2.
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    March 2016
  62. SPRENGER M, Fukuda K
    ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE. New mechanisms, new worries.
    Science. 2016;351:1263-4.
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