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March 29, 2022 Volume 3, Issue 2
> Editorial
Understanding the plant diversity on the roof of the world¡ªA brief review of Flora of Pan-Himalaya
--Qiang Wang et al.
> News & Buzz
Reawaking of Tonga volcano
--Wenbin Zhao et al.
> News & Buzz
First Pig to Human Heart Transplantation: Is Xenotransplantation Era Coming?
--Wei Wang et al.
> Perspective
China' s low emission pathways toward climate-neutral livestock production for animal-derived foods
--Rong Wang et al.
> Commentary
The mysterious origins of the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2
--Pei Du et al.
> Commentary
Catalyzing n-doping
--Guohua Xie et al.
> Commentary
A paradigm shift in liquid cooling by multitextured surface design
--Ying Zhou et al.
> Commentary
Theory-directed discovery of high-temperature superconductivity in clathrate hydrides at high pressure
--Xin Zhong et al.
> Article
Fluctuating temperature modifies heat-mortality association around the globe
--Yao Wu et al.
> Report
Chemically Recyclable Polyesters from CO2, H2 and 1,3-Butadiene
--Yongjia Lou et al.
> Report
PM2.5 Exposure associated with Microbiota Gut-Brain Axis: Multi-omics Mechanistic Implications from the China BAPE study
--Tiantian Li et al.
> Report
A highly immunogenic live-attenuated vaccine candidate prevents SARS-CoV-2 infection and transmission in hamsters
--Xiao-Feng Li et al.
> Report
Specialised digestive adaptations within the hindgut of a colobine monkey
--Rui Liu et al.
> Report
Long-term effects of PM2.5 components on incident dementia in the Northeastern United States
--Jing Li et al.
> Report
Discovery of amantadine formate: toward achieving ultrahigh pyroelectric performances in organics
--Junyan Zhou et al.
> Report
A compact elastocaloric refrigerator
--Yanliang Chen et al.
> Report
Shear-flow-induced graphene coating microfibers from microfluidic spinning
--Yunru Yu et al.
> Review
Chemically Modified DNA Nanostructures for Drug Delivery
--Yuang Wang et al.
> Review
Nanotechnology for Cardiovascular Diseases
--Qinqin Hu et al.
> Review
Overview of the LAMOST survey in the first decade
--Hongliang Yan et al.

 

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