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Saito, Y., & Komatsu, K. (2015). Functional Role of NBS1 in Radiation Damage Response and Translesion DNA Synthesis. Biomolecules, 5(3), 1990–2002.
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Chiolerio, A., Roppolo, I., Cauda, V., Crepaldi, M., Bocchini, S., Bejtka, K., et al. (2015). Ultraviolet mem-sensors: flexible anisotropic composites featuring giant photocurrent enhancement. Nano Research, 8(6), 1956–1963.
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Andrade-Oliveira, V., Amano, M. T., Correa-Costa, M., Castoldi, A., Felizardo, R. J., de Almeida, D. C., et al. (2015). Gut Bacteria Products Prevent AKI Induced by Ischemia-Reperfusion. J Am Soc Nephrol, 26(8), 1877–1888.
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Gadagkar, R. (2015). How should biologists engage with controversial mathematical theory? Current Science, 108(10), 1869–1873.
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Borges, R. M. (2015). How mutualisms between plants and insects are stabilized. Current Science, 108(10), 1862–1868.
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Karanth, P. K. (2015). An island called India: phylogenetic patterns across multiple taxonomic groups reveal endemic radiations. Current Science, 108(10), 1847–1851.
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Sokkar, P., Boulanger, E., Thiel, W., & Sanchez-Garcia, E. (2015). Hybrid Quantum Mechanics/Molecular Mechanics/Coarse Grained Modeling: A Triple-Resolution Approach for Biomolecular Systems. J Chem Theory Comput, 11(4), 1809–1818.
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Laurenti, M., Perrone, D., Verna, A., Pirri, C. F., & Chiolerio, A. (2015). Development of a flexible lead-free piezoelectric transducer for health monitoring in the space environment. Micromachines, 6(11), 1729–1744.
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Olivera-Couto, A., Salzman, V., Mailhos, M., Digman, M.  A., Gratton, E., & Aguilar, P.  S. (2015). Eisosomes Are Dynamic Plasma Membrane Domains Showing Pil1-Lsp1 Heteroligomer Binding Equilibrium. Biophysical Journal, 108(7), 1633–1644.
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