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John F. Foley

Science Signaling issue of September 15

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In the September 15 issue of Science Signaling, you can read original research papers about how a G protein alpha-subunit mediates cellular proliferation stimulated by the Hedgehog effector Smoothened; how different classes of antigen receptors on the surface of B cells are organized in clusters and the way in which antigen stimulation alters this organization; and about how improving a protein-enrichment technique has enabled detailed analysis of protein phosphorylation patterns in bacteria. There is a Focus article on the Smoothened-G protein signaling axis, as well as editor-curated highlights of the recent literature, including a study of how neutrophils mediate the surgery-induced formation of tumors.