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Ofatumumab and high-dose methylprednisolone for the treatment of patients with relapsed or refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia

J E Castro, M Y Choi, T Carvajal, E Almahasnah, J Chang, D F James and T J Kipps

Blood Cancer J 2014 4: e258; 10.1038/bcj.2014.76

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Nimbolide targets BCL2 and induces apoptosis in preclinical models of Waldenströms macroglobulinemia

K Chitta, A Paulus, T R Caulfield, S Akhtar, M-KK Blake, S Ailawadhi, J Knight, M G Heckman, A Pinkerton and A Chanan-Khan

Blood Cancer J 2014 4: e260; 10.1038/bcj.2014.74

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Efficacy and safety of long-term treatment with lenalidomide and dexamethasone in patients with relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma

M A Dimopoulos, A S Swern, J S Li, M Hussein, L Weiss, Y Nagarwala and R Baz

Blood Cancer J 2014 4: e257; 10.1038/bcj.2014.77

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Pathogenetic and diagnostic significance of microRNA deregulation in peripheral T-cell lymphoma not otherwise specified

M A Laginestra, P P Piccaluga, F Fuligni, M Rossi, C Agostinelli, S Righi, M R Sapienza, G Motta, A Gazzola, C Mannu, E Sabattini, F Bacci, V Tabanelli, C A S Sacchetti, T Z Barrese, M Etebari, F Melle, A Clò, D Gibellini, C Tripodo, G Inghirami, C M Croce and S A Pileri

Blood Cancer J 2014 4: 259; 10.1038/bcj.2014.78

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Hypermethylation of the tumor suppressor gene PRDM1/Blimp-1 supports a pathogenetic role in EBV-positive Burkitt lymphoma

T Zhang, J Ma, K Nie, J Yan, Y Liu, C E Bacchi, E M Queiroga, G Gualco, J T Sample, A Orazi, D M Knowles and W Tam

Blood Cancer J 2014 4: e261; 10.1038/bcj.2014.75

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British science needs free movement   p891
doi:10.1038/nphys3195
As the debate on immigration in the UK becomes increasingly visceral, British science risks being caught in the crossfire.

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A new frontier for superconductivity   pp892 - 895
Ivan Bozovic and Charles Ahn
doi:10.1038/nphys3177
Monolayer films of iron selenide deposited on strontium titanate display signatures of superconductivity at temperatures as high as 109 K. These recent developments may herald a flurry of exciting findings concerning superconductivity at interfaces.

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Counting the cost of irreversibility   p896
Mark Buchanan
doi:10.1038/nphys3176

Books and Arts

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Television: Thermonuclear families   pp897 - 898
Nicky Dean
doi:10.1038/nphys3168

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Edgy magnetism | Mystery of the missing core | Shall we dance | Surfaces take charge | Through the looking glass

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Rydberg atoms: Two to tango   pp901 - 902
Robert Löw
doi:10.1038/nphys3153
The old adage that you can't tango alone is certainly true for humans. But recent experiments show that it may also be applicable to Rydberg atoms, which keep a beat through the coherent exchange of energy.

See also: Letter by Ravets et al.

Atomic solitons: These crashing waves   pp902 - 903
Thomas P. Billam and Christoph Weiss
doi:10.1038/nphys3162
Solitons in attractive Bose-Einstein condensates are mesoscopic quantum objects that may prove useful as tools for precision measurement. A new experiment shows that collisions of matter-wave bright solitons depend crucially on their relative phase.

See also: Letter by Nguyen et al.

Device physics: Power inequality   pp903 - 904
Ari Sihvola
doi:10.1038/nphys3166
Non-reciprocal components are useful in microwave engineering and photonics, but they are not without their drawbacks. A compact design now provides non-reciprocity without resorting to magnets or nonlinearity.

See also: Letter by Estep et al.

Interface superconductivity: Get it strained   p905
Fakher F. Assaad
doi:10.1038/nphys3161
Stretching a sheet of graphene could induce a superconducting state. Similar strain-induced superconductivity may be realized at the interface between a topological crystalline insulator and a trivial band insulator.

See also: Article by Tang & Fu

Dark matter: Time for detection   pp906 - 907
Rana Adhikari, Paul Hamiton and Holger Müller
doi:10.1038/nphys3175
Dark matter remains experimentally elusive. But what if it is more classical than expected, resembling a spatially varying field? A network of atomic clocks would be able to detect its variations.

See also: Letter by Derevianko & Pospelov

Vortex physics: Ferroelectrics in a twist   pp907 - 908
Stephen E. Rowley and Gilbert G. Lonzarich
doi:10.1038/nphys3179
Ferroelectric polarization vortices close to a ferroelectric transition turn out to be striking models of the cosmos in which strings are thought to have condensed out of the rapid expansion of the early Universe.

See also: Article by Lin et al.

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Recent advances in nuclear physics through on-line isotope separation   pp909 - 913
David Gareth Jenkins
doi:10.1038/nphys3165
The on-line isotope separation technique for the production of accelerated beams of radioactive ions has led to important advances in our understanding of atomic nuclei. These are now reviewed, and further prospects are discussed.

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Coherent dipole-dipole coupling between two single Rydberg atoms at an electrically-tuned Förster resonance   pp914 - 917
Sylvain Ravets, Henning Labuhn, Daniel Barredo, Lucas Béguin, Thierry Lahaye et al.
doi:10.1038/nphys3119
Rydberg atoms offer an avenue for quantum simulation of many-body problems, but evidence for the coherent nature of their interaction is indirect. An externally-tuned resonance now reveals coherent oscillations between two single Rydberg atoms.

See also: News and Views by Löw

Collisions of matter-wave solitons   pp918 - 922
Jason H. V. Nguyen, Paul Dyke, De Luo, Boris A. Malomed and Randall G. Hulet
doi:10.1038/nphys3135
Atomic matter waves provide a controllable platform for studying the behaviour of solitons. In a lithium condensate, a characterization of the dynamics of collisions between solitons reveals a dependence on their relative phases.

See also: News and Views by Billam & Weiss

Magnetic-free non-reciprocity and isolation based on parametrically modulated coupled-resonator loops   pp923 - 927
Nicholas A. Estep, Dimitrios L. Sounas, Jason Soric and Andrea Alù
doi:10.1038/nphys3134
Communication systems require non-reciprocal electromagnetic propagation, which is difficult to realize in circuits. An alternative is demonstrated by modulating the phase of strongly coupled resonators in a circular configuration.

See also: News and Views by Sihvola

Evidence of Andreev bound states as a hallmark of the FFLO phase in κ-(BEDT-TTF)2Cu(NCS)2   pp928 - 932
H. Mayaffre, S. Krämer, M. Horvatić, C. Berthier, K. Miyagawa et al.
doi:10.1038/nphys3121
A Fulde-Ferrell-Larkin-Ovchinnikov superconductor comprises pairs of fermions with non-zero momentum, which form alternating superconducting and normal regions in a magnetic field. NMR measurements now provide microscopic evidence for such a state.

Hunting for topological dark matter with atomic clocks   pp933 - 936
A. Derevianko and M. Pospelov
doi:10.1038/nphys3137
A proposal for detecting dark matter originating from light fields rather than particles makes use of existing networks of atomic clocks to measure time discrepancies between clocks that are spatially separated.

See also: News and Views by Adhikari et al.

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Cooperative coupling of ultracold atoms and surface plasmons   pp937 - 942
Christian Stehle, Claus Zimmermann and Sebastian Slama
doi:10.1038/nphys3129
Coupling the fluorescence of cold atoms to plasmons propagating on a gold surface offers a means of controlling the radiation from optical emitters without the need for a cavity.

Momentum-space imaging of Cooper pairing in a half-Dirac-gas topological superconductor   pp943 - 950
Su-Yang Xu, Nasser Alidoust, Ilya Belopolski, Anthony Richardella, Chang Liu et al.
doi:10.1038/nphys3139
Supersymmetry and Majorana fermions that are their own antiparticles are both concepts from particle physics that may become testable in condensed-matter systems. The observation of Cooper pairs in a helical Dirac gas brings this goal a step closer.

The dynamics of a doped hole in a cuprate is not controlled by spin fluctuations   pp951 - 955
Hadi Ebrahimnejad, George A. Sawatzky and Mona Berciu
doi:10.1038/nphys3130
A variational approach for a three-band model provides deeper insights into the dynamics of a hole doped into an antiferromagnetic layer, with important implications for theories of high-temperature superconductivity.

Observation of topological surface state quantum Hall effect in an intrinsic three-dimensional topological insulator   pp956 - 963
Yang Xu, Ireneusz Miotkowski, Chang Liu, Jifa Tian, Hyoungdo Nam et al.
doi:10.1038/nphys3140
Experimentalists have observed the predicted half-integer quantum Hall effect using the topological insulator BiSbTeSe2, which exhibits topological surface states at room temperature, with each surface contributing a half quantum of Hall conductance.

Strain-induced partially flat band, helical snake states and interface superconductivity in topological crystalline insulators   pp964 - 969
Evelyn Tang and Liang Fu
doi:10.1038/nphys3109
In topological crystalline insulators, crystal symmetries give rise to particular electronic structures. As now shown, strain further induces pseudo-Landau states in IV-VI heterostructures—a mechanism possibly responsible for the superconductivity observed in such systems.

See also: News and Views by Assaad

Topological defects as relics of emergent continuous symmetry and Higgs condensation of disorder in ferroelectrics   pp970 - 977
Shi-Zeng Lin, Xueyun Wang, Yoshitomo Kamiya, Gia-Wei Chern, Fei Fan et al.
doi:10.1038/nphys3142
An imaging study of vortex proliferation near a continuous phase transition in a ferroelectric reveals frozen-in vortices that follow the predictions of the Kibble-Zurek model for cosmological strings formed in the early Universe.

See also: News and Views by Rowley & Lonzarich

Futures

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A brief history of human intelligence   p978
Jeremy R. Butler
doi:10.1038/nphys3199
The universal challenge.

Erratum

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Erratum: Exciton-polariton condensates   p977
Tim Byrnes, Na Young Kim and Yoshihisa Yamamoto
doi:10.1038/nphys3184

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