Biochemical features of primary cells from a pediatric patient with a gain-of-function ODC1 genetic mutation
Sugar beet hemoglobins: reactions with nitric oxide and nitrite reveal differential roles for nitrogen metabolism
Structural insights into SUMO E1–E2 interactions in Arabidopsis uncovers a distinctive platform for securing SUMO conjugation specificity across evolution
In this issue Kalscheuer and colleagues (pages 1995–2016) explain how this understanding the Mycobacterium tuberculosis capsule is key to developing anti-infective strategies targeting this structure. The cover image shows different views of M. tuberculosis taken using electron microscopy. Image courtesy of Rafael Prados-Rosales.