Editor’s Selections: Leishmania in 1000 year old Chilean remains, the myth of chameleon camoflage, and a new anti-cancer role for p53

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By Vincent Racaniello

Vincent RacanielloVincent Racaniello selects several notable posts each week from molecular and cellular biology and virology. He blogs at virology blog.

I’ll be back next Friday with more selections.

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