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  • Table of Contents — January 02, 2013, 5 (166) | Science Translational Medicine
    Cell Responses Associated with Control of HIV 1 Replication By Felipe García Nuria Climent Alberto C Guardo Cristina Gil Agathe León Brigitte Autran Jeffrey D Lifson Javier Martínez Picado Judit Dalmau Bonaventura Clotet Josep M Gatell Montserrat Plana Teresa Gallart For the DCV2 MANON07 ORVACS Study Group Science Translational Medicine 02 Jan 2013 166ra2 Therapeutic DC vaccines elicit HIV 1 specific immune responses that change viral set point in patients of cART Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Pazopanib Enhances Paclitaxel Induced Mitotic Catastrophe in Anaplastic Thyroid Cancer By Crescent R Isham Ayoko R Bossou Vivian Negron Kelly E Fisher Rakesh Kumar Laura Marlow Wilma L Lingle Robert C Smallridge Eric J Sherman Vera J Suman John A Copland Keith C Bible Science Translational Medicine 02 Jan 2013 166ra3 Pazopanib and paclitaxel produce cytotoxic synergy in thyroid cancer models through inhibition of aurora kinase A Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice Maintaining the T Cell Status Quo By Jagdeep S Obhrai Science Translational Medicine 02 Jan 2013 166ec1 Under lymphopenic conditions T cells work hard to maintain static peripheral numbers Full Text Solving Pathogen Sudoku By Joshua D Shrout Science Translational Medicine 02 Jan 2013 166ec2 A new screen dissects complex interactions between pathogen and host to pinpoint factors responsible for virulence Full Text Bioinspired Glue for Healing Atherosclerotic Plaques By Carsten Skarke Science Translational Medicine 02 Jan 2013 166ec3 Adhesives inspired by marine animals may protect against atherosclerosis Full Text Statins Beyond Heart Disease A New Treatment for the Sepsis Syndrome By Amir A Zeki Science Translational Medicine 02 Jan 2013 166ec4 Statin treatment may prevent the progression of sepsis and onset of organ failure Full Text More From Science Translational Medicine Current Table of Contents Archive In the Pipeline About Science Translational Medicine Mission

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  • Table of Contents — January 16, 2013, 5 (168) | Science Translational Medicine
    D Kroenke Stephen A Back Science Translational Medicine 16 Jan 2013 168ra7 Preterm ischemia disrupts MRI defined maturation of the cerebral cortex by impairing the differentiation of cortical neurons in fetal lambs Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Slower Postnatal Growth Is Associated with Delayed Cerebral Cortical Maturation in Preterm Newborns By Jillian Vinall Ruth E Grunau Rollin Brant Vann Chau Kenneth J Poskitt Anne R Synnes Steven P Miller Science Translational Medicine 16 Jan 2013 168ra8 Impaired growth during neonatal intensive care is associated with delayed microstructural development of the cortical gray matter after accounting for prenatal growth neonatal illness and brain injury in infants born very preterm Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Human CD8 Regulatory T Cells Inhibit GVHD and Preserve General Immunity in Humanized Mice By Jian Zheng Yinping Liu Yuan Liu Ming Liu Zheng Xiang Kwok Tai Lam David B Lewis Yu Lung Lau Wenwei Tu Science Translational Medicine 16 Jan 2013 168ra9 CD8 hi regulatory T cells control graft versus host disease without inhibiting graft versus tumor or general immunity in humanized mice Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice Remaking the Brain with Stem Cells By Aaron B Baker Science Translational Medicine 16 Jan 2013 168ec10 A new cell based therapy in monkeys shows potential for treating Parkinson s disease Full Text Cancer Vaccines Targeting an Infectious Cause By Ruanne V Barnabas Science Translational Medicine 16 Jan 2013 168ec11 Estimating the percentage of cancers caused by infectious agents could bolster development of better vaccines Full Text Fragmenting Malignant Melanoma By Chetan Bettegowda Science Translational Medicine 16 Jan 2013 168ec12 Catastrophic chromosomal abnormalities are associated with poor prognosis in malignant melanoma Full Text Antimicrobial Effects of Stem Cells By Carolyn S Calfee Science Translational Medicine 16 Jan 2013 168ec13 Mesenchymal stem cells show benefit in an ex vivo perfused human lung model of bacterial acute lung injury Full Text Microbes and Type 1 Diabetes By Takahisa Nakamura Science Translational Medicine 16 Jan 2013 168ec14 Gut microbiota composition differs between normal children and children at risk for T1D Full Text Erratum A Correction to the Research Article Titled Hematopoietic Stem Cell Gene Therapy for Adenosine Deaminase Deficient Severe Combined Immunodeficiency Leads to Long Term Immunological Recovery and Metabolic Correction by H B Gaspar S Cooray K C Gilmour K L Parsley F Zhang S Adams E Bjorkegren J Bayford L Brown E G Davies P Veys L Fairbanks V Bordon T Petropoulou C Kinnon A J Thrasher Science Translational Medicine 16 Jan 2013 168er1 Full Text PDF 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 Neuron Nursery A sector of a coronal section through the developing human cerebral cortex illustrates the cortical organization at 30 weeks after conception The radial glia progenitor cells pink divide asymmetrically to

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  • Table of Contents — January 23, 2013, 5 (169) | Science Translational Medicine
    DNA methylation signature that is clonally maintained in disseminated metastases Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Pancreatic Digestive Enzyme Blockade in the Intestine Increases Survival After Experimental Shock By Frank A DeLano David B Hoyt Geert W Schmid Schönbein Science Translational Medicine 23 Jan 2013 169ra11 Blockade of pancreatic digestive enzymes in the intestine ameliorates shock and multiorgan failure and improves survival in rodents Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF KLF6 SV1 Drives Breast Cancer Metastasis and Is Associated with Poor Survival By Raheleh Hatami Anieta M Sieuwerts Sudeh Izadmehr Zhong Yao Rui Fang Qiao Luena Papa Maxime P Look Marcel Smid Jessica Ohlssen Alice C Levine Doris Germain David Burstein Alexander Kirschenbaum Analisa DiFeo John A Foekens Goutham Narla Science Translational Medicine 23 Jan 2013 169ra12 The KLF6 SV1 splice variant is associated with poor prognosis in early stage human breast cancer and drives metastasis through the regulation of an EMT like program in culture and in vivo Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice Pulmonary Hypertension s Appealing News By Heiko Methe Science Translational Medicine 23 Jan 2013 169ec15 The apelin peptide regulates the fibroblast growth factor signaling in the pulmonary vasculature Full Text We Got the Beat By Manpreet K Singh Science Translational Medicine 23 Jan 2013 169ec16 The changing emotional expressions generated by music are universal and parallel those generated by movement Full Text The Trojan Horse for Hematologic Malignancies By Yvette Tanhehco Science Translational Medicine 23 Jan 2013 169ec17 siRNAs targeting STAT3 decrease survival of tumor cells and activate the host immune system Full Text Fishing for Allergic Antibodies By Bryan G Yipp Science Translational Medicine 23 Jan 2013 169ec18 Dermal mast cells reach into the circulation to acquire IgE in allergic anaphylaxis Full Text More From Science Translational Medicine Current

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  • Table of Contents — January 30, 2013, 5 (170) | Science Translational Medicine
    drinking exhibit the first signs of diabetes a result of altered insulin action in the brain Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF In Active Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis Effector T Cell Resistance to Adaptive T regs Involves IL 6 Mediated Signaling By Anya Schneider Sarah Alice Long Karen Cerosaletti Chester T Ni Peter Samuels Mariko Kita Jane Hoyt Buckner Science Translational Medicine 30 Jan 2013 170ra15 Effector T cells in patients with active RRMS can be resistant to immune tolerance through a mechanism involving IL 6R signaling Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF TSLP Elicits IL 33 Independent Innate Lymphoid Cell Responses to Promote Skin Inflammation By Brian S Kim Mark C Siracusa Steven A Saenz Mario Noti Laurel A Monticelli Gregory F Sonnenberg Matthew R Hepworth Abby S Van Voorhees Michael R Comeau David Artis Science Translational Medicine 30 Jan 2013 170ra16 Group 2 innate lymphoid cells are essential to the pathogenesis of atopic dermatitis like disease in a TSLP dependent IL 33 independent manner Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice Success May Require Being Direct By Ernesto Oviedo Orta Science Translational Medicine 30 Jan 2013 170ec19 Injection of tuberculosis vaccine directly into the lymph nodes is more effective than subcutaneous vaccination Full Text Giving Lipid a Shot By Joshua D Shrout Science Translational Medicine 30 Jan 2013 170ec20 Bacterial lipopolysaccharide can be modified for use as an adjuvant Full Text Catching a Glimpse of Gut Bacteria Drug Interactions By Carsten Skarke Science Translational Medicine 30 Jan 2013 170ec21 Antibiotics and other drugs affect gene expression in gut bacterial communities Full Text MID1 Mediates Acute Asthma Exacerbations By Amir A Zeki Science Translational Medicine 30 Jan 2013 170ec22 A possible new drug target activates asthma through the innate immune pathway Full Text More From

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  • Table of Contents — February 06, 2013, 5 (171) | Science Translational Medicine
    Blocking NRG1 and Other Ligand Mediated Her4 Signaling Enhances the Magnitude and Duration of the Chemotherapeutic Response of Non Small Cell Lung Cancer By Ganapati V Hegde Cecile C de la Cruz Cecilia Chiu Navneet Alag Gabriele Schaefer Lisa Crocker Sarajane Ross David Goldenberg Mark Merchant Janet Tien Lily Shao Leslie Roth Siao Ping Tsai Scott Stawicki Zhaoyu Jin Shelby K Wyatt Richard A D Carano Yanyan Zheng E Alejandro Sweet Cordero Yan Wu Erica L Jackson Science Translational Medicine 06 Feb 2013 171ra18 Inhibition of Her4 signaling enhances the response to chemotherapy and delays tumor regrowth after cessation of treatment Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Lineage Structure of the Human Antibody Repertoire in Response to Influenza Vaccination By Ning Jiang Jiankui He Joshua A Weinstein Lolita Penland Sanae Sasaki Xiao Song He Cornelia L Dekker Nai Ying Zheng Min Huang Meghan Sullivan Patrick C Wilson Harry B Greenberg Mark M Davis Daniel S Fisher Stephen R Quake Science Translational Medicine 06 Feb 2013 171ra19 High throughput sequencing suggests age related differences in the changes in the human antibody repertoire after influenza vaccination Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice DCs in the Driver s Seat By Niroshana Anandasabapathy Science Translational Medicine 06 Feb 2013 171ec23 Human inflammatory DCs drive T H 17 T cells Full Text Tangled Up in Nanofibers By Joel H Collier Science Translational Medicine 06 Feb 2013 171ec24 Self assembled peptide nanofibers are capable of manipulating viruses Full Text Modeling a Failing Heart Right in the Dish By Matthias Nahrendorf Science Translational Medicine 06 Feb 2013 171ec25 Patient derived iPS cells recapitulate the pathological features of ARD C arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia Full Text Fast Food Linked to Asthma and Allergies in Children By Marina Reznik Science Translational Medicine 06 Feb 2013

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  • Table of Contents — February 13, 2013, 5 (172) | Science Translational Medicine
    mucosal tumors Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Impairment of BRCA1 Related DNA Double Strand Break Repair Leads to Ovarian Aging in Mice and Humans By Shiny Titus Fang Li Robert Stobezki Komala Akula Evrim Unsal Kyungah Jeong Maura Dickler Mark Robson Fred Moy Sumanta Goswami Kutluk Oktay Science Translational Medicine 13 Feb 2013 172ra21 DNA double strand break repair has a central role in oocyte aging Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Melamine Induced Renal Toxicity Is Mediated by the Gut Microbiota By Xiaojiao Zheng Aihua Zhao Guoxiang Xie Yi Chi Linjing Zhao Houkai Li Congrong Wang Yuqian Bao Weiping Jia Mike Luther Mingming Su Jeremy K Nicholson Wei Jia Science Translational Medicine 13 Feb 2013 172ra22 Melamine is converted to cyanuric acid by the gut microbe Klebsiella leading to melamine cyanurate urate coprecipitation that is associated with nephrotoxicity Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice TRIPpin on a Fat Cell By Aaron B Baker Science Translational Medicine 13 Feb 2013 172ec27 A newly discovered role for the transcription coregulator TRIP Br2 may provide a target for preventing and treating obesity Full Text The Early Bird Gets the Virus By Ruanne V Barnabas Science Translational Medicine 13 Feb 2013 172ec28 HIV positive persons treated soon after infection have a greater chance of retaining functional immune cells Full Text Running Interference on Tumor Growth By Chetan Bettegowda Science Translational Medicine 13 Feb 2013 172ec29 A new clinical trial using siRNA to treat patients with liver tumors demonstrates safety and early signs of efficacy Full Text You Want To Give Me WHAT By Carolyn S Calfee Science Translational Medicine 13 Feb 2013 172ec30 Administration of feces proves superior to antibiotics for treatment of a common and frequently fatal bowel infection Full Text Revisiting Metformin By Takahisa Nakamura

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  • Table of Contents — February 20, 2013, 5 (173) | Science Translational Medicine
    enables noninvasive direct quantification of neural network connectivity in the healthy human fetus Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Safety and Efficacy of an Injectable Extracellular Matrix Hydrogel for Treating Myocardial Infarction By Sonya B Seif Naraghi Jennifer M Singelyn Michael A Salvatore Kent G Osborn Jean J Wang Unatti Sampat Oi Ling Kwan G Monet Strachan Jonathan Wong Pamela J Schup Magoffin Rebecca L Braden Kendra Bartels Jessica A DeQuach Mark Preul Adam M Kinsey Anthony N DeMaria Nabil Dib Karen L Christman Science Translational Medicine 20 Feb 2013 173ra25 A hydrogel derived from myocardial extracellular matrix mitigates negative left ventricular remodeling and improves heart function after myocardial infarction in pigs Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF State of the Art Review New Paradigms and Future Challenges in Radiation Oncology An Update of Biological Targets and Technology By Stanley L Liauw Philip P Connell Ralph R Weichselbaum Science Translational Medicine 20 Feb 2013 173sr2 The future of radiation therapy lies in both technical and biological advances Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice Get Physical Get Smart By Manpreet K Singh Science Translational Medicine 20 Feb 2013 173ec32 Reduced motor activity in childhood can result in poor academic achievement as a teen Full Text Reprogramming Hematopoietic Stem Cells By Yvette Tanhehco Science Translational Medicine 20 Feb 2013 173ec33 iPSCs can be generated from CD34 HSCs using excisable or nonintegrating viral vector systems Full Text With Age Comes Improved Memory By Bryan G Yipp Science Translational Medicine 20 Feb 2013 173ec34 Specific immune memory develops with age in the absence of microbial exposure Full Text Podcast Science Translational Medicine Podcast 20 February 2013 By Karen Christman Megan Frisk Science Translational Medicine 20 Feb 2013 173pc1 A conversation with Karen Christman about the use of a tissue derived biomaterial to

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  • Table of Contents — February 27, 2013, 5 (174) | Science Translational Medicine
    Full Text PDF Transferred WT1 Reactive CD8 T Cells Can Mediate Antileukemic Activity and Persist in Post Transplant Patients By Aude G Chapuis Gunnar B Ragnarsson Hieu N Nguyen Colette N Chaney Jeffrey S Pufnock Thomas M Schmitt Natalie Duerkopp Ilana M Roberts Galina L Pogosov William Y Ho Sebastian Ochsenreither Matthias Wölfl Merav Bar Jerald P Radich Cassian Yee Philip D Greenberg Science Translational Medicine 27 Feb 2013 174ra27 Donor derived WT1 specific CD8 T cells transferred after hematopoietic cell transplantation mediate antileukemic activity and can establish persistent responses without toxicity to normal tissues in high risk leukemia patients Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Mutant HSP70 Reverses Autoimmune Depigmentation in Vitiligo By Jeffrey A Mosenson Andrew Zloza John D Nieland Elizabeth Garrett Mayer Jonathan M Eby Erica J Huelsmann Previn Kumar Cecele J Denman Andrew T Lacek Frederick J Kohlhapp Ahmad Alamiri Tasha Hughes Steven D Bines Howard L Kaufman Andreas Overbeck Shikhar Mehrotra Claudia Hernandez Michael I Nishimura Jose A Guevara Patino I Caroline Le Poole Science Translational Medicine 27 Feb 2013 174ra28 Vitiligo can be reversed through immune targeting with mutant heat shock protein 70 Editor s Summary Abstract Full Text PDF Editors Choice The Plasma Cell Fountain of Youth By Jagdeep S Obhrai Science Translational Medicine 27 Feb 2013 174ec35 Plasma cell longevity requires the antiapoptotic molecule Mcl 1 Full Text The Buzz in Chronic Wound Treatment By Joshua D Shrout Science Translational Medicine 27 Feb 2013 174ec36 Honey can be used as an antimicrobial to treat common bacteria in chronic skin wound infections Full Text Insights into Aging Vessels By Carsten Skarke Science Translational Medicine 27 Feb 2013 174ec37 The transcription factor JunD links oxidative stress and vascular aging Full Text More From Science Translational Medicine Current Table of Contents Archive In the

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