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  • Table of Contents — August 31, 2011, 3 (98) | Science Translational Medicine
    the Effects of Class I Anti Arrhythmic Drugs on Ventricular Rhythms By Jonathan D Moreno Z Iris Zhu Pei Chi Yang John R Bankston Mao Tsuen Jeng Chaoyi Kang Lianguo Wang Jason D Bayer David J Christini Natalia A Trayanova Crystal M Ripplinger Robert S Kass Colleen E Clancy Science Translational Medicine 31 Aug 2011 98ra83 Two and three dimensional models of cardiac excitability based on sodium channel kinetics can predict the adverse effects of class I anti arrhythmic drugs Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Noninvasive Electroanatomic Mapping of Human Ventricular Arrhythmias with Electrocardiographic Imaging By Yong Wang Phillip S Cuculich Junjie Zhang Kavit A Desouza Ramya Vijayakumar Jane Chen Mitchell N Faddis Bruce D Lindsay Timothy W Smith Yoram Rudy Science Translational Medicine 31 Aug 2011 98ra84 Noninvasive imaging of cardiac electrical activity during ventricular arrhythmias enables superior diagnosis and treatment Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice Hard on the Heart By Rebecca S Boxer Science Translational Medicine 31 Aug 2011 98ec138 Diabetes increases fibrosis and reduces distensibility in hearts with aortic stenosis Full Text Cancer s Food Network By Ashkan Emadi Science Translational Medicine 31 Aug 2011 98ec139 A variation in glutamine dependence and metabolism among tumor subtypes may point to a target for selective induction of cancer death Full Text To Sleep Perchance to Dream By George A Mashour Science Translational Medicine 31 Aug 2011 98ec140 General anesthetics may help to unravel the mysteries of sleep homeostasis Full Text Tickets Please By Erik Rytting Science Translational Medicine 31 Aug 2011 98ec141 An apolipoprotein E peptide fragment facilitates the passage of therapeutic liposomes into cells of the blood brain barrier Full Text A Gut Check for Asthma By Anthony K Shum Science Translational Medicine 31 Aug 2011 98ec142 Mice infected with Helicobacter pylori

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  • Table of Contents — September 14, 2011, 3 (100) | Science Translational Medicine
    Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Engineering the Growth Factor Microenvironment with Fibronectin Domains to Promote Wound and Bone Tissue Healing By Mikaël M Martino Federico Tortelli Mayumi Mochizuki Stephanie Traub Dror Ben David Gisela A Kuhn Ralph Müller Erella Livne Sabine A Eming Jeffrey A Hubbell Science Translational Medicine 14 Sep 2011 100ra89 A multifunctional fibronectin fragment enhances the regenerative effects of growth factors in vivo in animal models of chronic wounds and critical size bone defects Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Donor Myocardial Infarction Impairs the Therapeutic Potential of Bone Marrow Cells by an Interleukin 1 Mediated Inflammatory Response By Xiaoyin Wang Junya Takagawa Viola C Lam Daniel J Haddad Diana L Tobler Pamela Y Mok Yan Zhang Brian T Clifford Kranthi Pinnamaneni Shereen A Saini Robert Su Maya J Bartel Richard E Sievers Larry Carbone Scott Kogan Yerem Yeghiazarians Michelle L Hermiston Matthew L Springer Science Translational Medicine 14 Sep 2011 100ra90 Inflammation after myocardial infarction may explain failure of bone marrow cells to improve cardiac function in infarcted recipient hearts Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice The Genome and Metabolome Collide By Samir Damani Science Translational Medicine 14 Sep 2011 100ec148 A study of genomic variants and myriad metabolite concentrations reveals insights into disease biology and novel therapeutic targets Full Text Ankyring the Heart Rhythm By Richard J Lin Science Translational Medicine 14 Sep 2011 100ec149 Mutations in a membrane targeting adaptor protein illuminate a molecular pathway in a common cardiac arrhythmia Full Text HIV Under Cover By Melissa Nyendak Science Translational Medicine 14 Sep 2011 100ec150 HIV replication by cell to cell spread enables the virus to evade destruction by antiretroviral drugs without developing drug resistance mutations Full Text Eureka Sewing to Moonbeams By Christopher L Skelly Science Translational

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  • Table of Contents — September 21, 2011, 3 (101) | Science Translational Medicine
    disorder Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF A Plasmablast Biomarker for Nonresponse to Antibody Therapy to CD20 in Rheumatoid Arthritis By Kasia Owczarczyk Preeti Lal Alexander R Abbas Kristen Wolslegel Cecile T J Holweg Wolfgang Dummer Ariella Kelman Paul Brunetta Nicholas Lewin Koh Marco Sorani Diane Leong Paul Fielder David Yocum Carole Ho Ward Ortmann Michael J Townsend Timothy W Behrens Science Translational Medicine 21 Sep 2011 101ra92 Plasmablast biomarkers predict whether rheumatoid arthritis patients will respond to therapeutic antibodies to CD20 Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Teriparatide as a Chondroregenerative Therapy for Injury Induced Osteoarthritis By Erik R Sampson Matthew J Hilton Ye Tian Di Chen Edward M Schwarz Robert A Mooney Susan V Bukata Regis J O Keefe Hani Awad J Edward Puzas Randy N Rosier Michael J Zuscik Science Translational Medicine 21 Sep 2011 101ra93 Teriparatide is chondroprotective and chondroregenerative in a mouse model of injury induced osteoarthritis of the knee Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice Model Remodeling Osteocytes Take Center Stage By Mickie Cheng Science Translational Medicine 21 Sep 2011 101ec152 Unexpectedly bone matrix embedded osteocytes not osteoblasts maintain the uncertain balance between bone formation and resorption that goes awry in osteoporosis Full Text A Sweet Success for Diabetes Research By Carmella Evans Molina Science Translational Medicine 21 Sep 2011 101ec153 A functional human pancreatic β cell line has been created using human fetal tissue and lentiviral technology Full Text Good Ideas Come in Small Packages By David S Hong Science Translational Medicine 21 Sep 2011 101ec154 A microRNA may provide the key to improving early diagnosis of pancreatic cancer and predicting treatment outcome Full Text Sticky Electronics By Wei Wang Science Translational Medicine 21 Sep 2011 101ec155 A flexible miniature electronic device can be attached to the skin

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  • Table of Contents — September 28, 2011, 3 (102) | Science Translational Medicine
    risk patients after coronary events Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Reversible Cardiac Conduction Block and Defibrillation with High Frequency Electric Field By Harikrishna Tandri Seth H Weinberg Kelly C Chang Renjun Zhu Natalia A Trayanova Leslie Tung Ronald D Berger Science Translational Medicine 28 Sep 2011 102ra96 High frequency electric fields partially depolarize myocardial cells inducing a reversible refractory state that terminates reentrant arrhythmias Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice Biomarking Bad Outcomes By Rebecca S Boxer Science Translational Medicine 28 Sep 2011 102ec156 Markers of collagen turnover reveal increased risk of heart attack and death Full Text Stem Cells The Good the Bad and the Ugly By Ashkan Emadi Science Translational Medicine 28 Sep 2011 102ec157 Survival of leukemia patients can be predicted based on the gene expression signatures of leukemia and hematopoietic stem cells Full Text Teaching the Fetal Hypothalamus By George A Mashour Science Translational Medicine 28 Sep 2011 102ec158 Synchronization of gene expression between the placenta and fetal hypothalamus may transmit maternal responses through generations and regulate reproductive functions Full Text More than Just Getting In By Erik Rytting Science Translational Medicine 28 Sep 2011 102ec159 A dual targeting strategy promotes the transport of nanoparticles across the blood brain barrier and also directs them toward glial cells Full Text Digesting the Unexpected Side Effects of Chronic Antibiotic Use By Anthony K Shum Science Translational Medicine 28 Sep 2011 102ec160 Chronic antibody use may block autophagy increasing the risk of mycobacterial infection Full Text Podcast Science Translational Medicine Podcast 28 September 2011 By Ronald Berger Megan Frisk Science Translational Medicine 28 Sep 2011 102pc11 A conversation with Ronald Berger about using high frequency alternating current to stop life threatening ventricular fibrillation Abstract Meeting Reports Translating Glutamate From Pathophysiology to Treatment By Daniel C Javitt Darryle Schoepp Peter W Kalivas Nora D Volkow Carlos Zarate Kalpana Merchant Mark F Bear Daniel Umbricht Mihaly Hajos William Z Potter Chi Ming Lee Science Translational Medicine 28 Sep 2011 102mr2 On 21 to 22 June 2010 the Institute of Medicine Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders Board on Health Sciences Policy discussed the role of glutamate in neuropsychiatric disease at the meeting Glutamate Related Biomarkers in Drug Development for Disorders of the Nervous System Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Translational Neuroscience of Schizophrenia Seeking a Meeting of Minds Between Mouse and Man By Martien J Kas René S Kahn David A Collier John L Waddington Jesper Ekelund David J Porteous Klaus Schughart Iiris Hovatta Science Translational Medicine 28 Sep 2011 102mr3 A meeting held 9 June 2011 in Helsinki Finland discussed the requirements for creating useful mouse models for schizophrenia Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Erratum A Correction to the Research Article Titled Discovery and Preclinical Validation of Drug Indications Using Compendia of Public Gene Expression Data by M Sirota J T Dudley J Kim A P Chiang A A Morgan A Sweet Cordero J Sage A J Butte Science Translational

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  • Table of Contents — October 05, 2011, 3 (103) | Science Translational Medicine
    mice results in reduced glutamatergic synaptic transmission and autism behavioral traits Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Neutrophil Derived Cathelicidin Protects from Neointimal Hyperplasia By Oliver Soehnlein Sarawuth Wantha Sakine Simsekyilmaz Yvonne Döring Remco T A Megens Sebastian F Mause Maik Drechsler Ralf Smeets Stefan Weinandy Fabian Schreiber Thomas Gries Stefan Jockenhoevel Martin Möller Santosh Vijayan Marc A M J van Zandvoort Birgitta Agerberth Christine T Pham Richard L Gallo Tilman M Hackeng Elisa A Liehn Alma Zernecke Doris Klee Christian Weber Science Translational Medicine 05 Oct 2011 103ra98 Cathelicidin coated stents limit neointima formation Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Survival and Death Signals Can Predict Tumor Response to Therapy After Oncogene Inactivation By Phuoc T Tran Pavan K Bendapudi H Jill Lin Peter Choi Shan Koh Joy Chen George Horng Nicholas P Hughes Lawrence H Schwartz Vincent A Miller Toshiyuki Kawashima Toshio Kitamura David Paik Dean W Felsher Science Translational Medicine 05 Oct 2011 103ra99 Modeling survival and death signaling in tumors by combining quantitative imaging and in situ biomarker analysis can be used to predict responses to therapy after oncogene inactivation Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice Connecting the Dots in Frontotemporal Dementia By Diane Gesty Palmer Science Translational Medicine 05 Oct 2011 103ec161 Gene coexpression analysis in human neural progenitor cells lacking progranulin implicates Wnt signaling in frontotemporal dementia Full Text One Size Doesn t Fit All By Timothy B Niewold Science Translational Medicine 05 Oct 2011 103ec162 Antibodies to IL 13 can treat a specific type of asthma Full Text Bubbles and Sound What a Blast By Srini Tridandapani Science Translational Medicine 05 Oct 2011 103ec163 Bubbles plus high intensity ultrasound can kill diseased cells and leave surrounding healthy tissue intact Full Text More From Science Translational Medicine Current Table

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  • Table of Contents — October 12, 2011, 3 (104) | Science Translational Medicine
    Abstract Full Text PDF Diabetes Impairs Hematopoietic Stem Cell Mobilization by Altering Niche Function By Francesca Ferraro Stefania Lymperi Simón Méndez Ferrer Borja Saez Joel A Spencer Beow Y Yeap Elena Masselli Gallia Graiani Lucia Prezioso Elisa Lodi Rizzini Marcellina Mangoni Vittorio Rizzoli Stephen M Sykes Charles P Lin Paul S Frenette Federico Quaini David T Scadden Science Translational Medicine 12 Oct 2011 104ra101 Impaired mobilization of hematopoietic stem cells in diabetic mice is due to sympathetic nervous system dysregulation of CXCL12 distribution Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Vitamin D Is Required for IFN γ Mediated Antimicrobial Activity of Human Macrophages By Mario Fabri Steffen Stenger Dong Min Shin Jae Min Yuk Philip T Liu Susan Realegeno Hye Mi Lee Stephan R Krutzik Mirjam Schenk Peter A Sieling Rosane Teles Dennis Montoya Shankar S Iyer Heiko Bruns David M Lewinsohn Bruce W Hollis Martin Hewison John S Adams Andreas Steinmeyer Ulrich Zügel Genhong Cheng Eun Kyeong Jo Barry R Bloom Robert L Modlin Science Translational Medicine 12 Oct 2011 104ra102 Vitamin D is required for both innate and adaptive immunity to tuberculosis Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice Individualizing Asthma Treatment By Samir Damani Science Translational Medicine 12 Oct 2011 104ec164 A genome wide association study identifies a new predictive genetic variant for response to a common asthma treatment Full Text Spotlight on the Silent Lady Killer By Carmella Evans Molina Science Translational Medicine 12 Oct 2011 104ec165 A new method fluorescently labels ovarian tumors for easy surgical removal Full Text Molecular Clue to Disease Prognosis By Richard J Lin Science Translational Medicine 12 Oct 2011 104ec166 Genetic signatures may help to risk stratify a heterogeneous precancerous blood disorder Full Text Going Viral By Christopher Skelly Science Translational Medicine 12 Oct 2011 104ec167 Human cytomegalovirus

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  • Table of Contents — October 19, 2011, 3 (105) | Science Translational Medicine
    a lethal Hendra virus challenge Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF A Small Molecule Smoothened Agonist Prevents Glucocorticoid Induced Neonatal Cerebellar Injury By Vivi M Heine Amelie Griveau Cheryl Chapin Philip L Ballard James K Chen David H Rowitch Science Translational Medicine 19 Oct 2011 105ra104 A Sonic hedgehog Smoothened signaling agonist can protect against brain injury in mice caused by glucocorticoids which are given to treat chronic lung disease in preterm infants Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Preterm Cerebellar Growth Impairment After Postnatal Exposure to Glucocorticoids By Emily W Y Tam Vann Chau Donna M Ferriero A James Barkovich Kenneth J Poskitt Colin Studholme Eric D Y Fok Ruth E Grunau David V Glidden Steven P Miller Science Translational Medicine 19 Oct 2011 105ra105 Glucocorticoid exposure in preterm newborns is associated with impaired cerebellar development pointing to a modifiable risk factor for improving motor and cognitive outcomes after premature birth Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice ARRESTINg Obesity By Mickie Cheng Science Translational Medicine 19 Oct 2011 105ec168 A new arrestin family signaling protein regulates obesity and energy expenditure in mice and humans by a gender sensitive mechanism Full Text The Great Escape By David S Hong Science Translational Medicine 19 Oct 2011 105ec169 The tryptophan degradation product kynurenine suppresses the antitumor immune response and enhances tumor cell survival Full Text Delving Deeper into the Persistent Mysteries of Tuberculosis By Melissa Nyendak Science Translational Medicine 19 Oct 2011 105ec170 A study using deep sequencing to characterize transposon libraries demonstrates that cholesterol catabolism genes are essential for growth of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Full Text More From Science Translational Medicine Current Table of Contents Archive In the Pipeline About Science Translational Medicine Mission and Scope Editors and Advisory Boards Editorial Policies Information for Authors Information for

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  • Table of Contents — October 26, 2011, 3 (106) | Science Translational Medicine
    Heath Jeffrey I Gordon Science Translational Medicine 26 Oct 2011 106ra106 Metagenomic analyses of gnotobiotic mice and monozygotic twins reveal the effects of eating a popular fermented milk product on their microbiomes Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Splicing Directed Therapy in a New Mouse Model of Human Accelerated Aging By Fernando G Osorio Claire L Navarro Juan Cadiñanos Isabel C López Mejía Pedro M Quirós Catherine Bartoli José Rivera Jamal Tazi Gabriela Guzmán Ignacio Varela Danielle Depetris Félix de Carlos Juan Cobo Vicente Andrés Annachiara De Sandre Giovannoli José M P Freije Nicolas Lévy Carlos López Otín Science Translational Medicine 26 Oct 2011 106ra107 Antisense oligonucleotides reverse premature aging and extend life span in mutant mice that mimic aberrant splicing in progeria patients Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Preclinical and Clinical Evaluation of Intraductally Administered Agents in Early Breast Cancer By Vered Stearns Tsuyoshi Mori Lisa K Jacobs Nagi F Khouri Edward Gabrielson Takahiro Yoshida Scott L Kominsky David L Huso Stacie Jeter Penny Powers Karineh Tarpinian Regina J Brown Julie R Lange Michelle A Rudek Zhe Zhang Theodore N Tsangaris Saraswati Sukumar Science Translational Medicine 26 Oct 2011 106ra108 Intraductal administration of chemotherapeutic agents may reduce new breast cancer formation and offer a less toxic treatment regimen than intravenous therapy Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice Tackling TIA By Rebecca S Boxer Science Translational Medicine 26 Oct 2011 106ec171 A 34 gene expression signature identifies patients who have suffered a transient ischemic attack with 100 sensitivity and 100 specificity Full Text With This Ring By Ashkan Emadi Science Translational Medicine 26 Oct 2011 106ec172 Messenger RNA splicing mutations are frequent in myelodysplastic syndromes with ring sideroblasts and predict better prognosis and survival Full Text Food for Nanoworms By George A Mashour Science Translational Medicine 26 Oct 2011 106ec173 Linked peptides target brain tumor blood vessels for destruction while sparing healthy brain tissue Full Text Helping the Heart to Heal By Erik Rytting Science Translational Medicine 26 Oct 2011 106ec174 Liposomes targeted to an angiotensin receptor promote the delivery of drugs to the damaged heart Full Text Refreshing Your Memory By Anthony K Shum Science Translational Medicine 26 Oct 2011 106ec175 A subset of human memory T cells with stem cell like properties may provide a durable antitumor response Full Text Podcast Science Translational Medicine Podcast 26 October 2011 By Jeffrey I Gordon Orla Smith Science Translational Medicine 26 Oct 2011 106pc12 A conversation with Jeffrey I Gordon about how probiotic bacteria in yogurt affect the human and mouse gut microbiota Abstract More From Science Translational Medicine Current Table of Contents Archive In the Pipeline About Science Translational Medicine Mission and Scope Editors and Advisory Boards Editorial Policies Information for Authors Information for Reviewers Staff Contact Us Subscribe Submit About The Cover ONLINE COVER A Spoonful of Yogurt Certain types of yogurt contain probiotic bacterial species that are believed to confer health benefits such as improved digestion when the yogurt is consumed A

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