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1, and relies on the lemmas used in that proof. We ﬁx a perfect ﬁeld k. 4. In discussing the S 1 slice tower, we required k to be an inﬁnite perfect ﬁeld. The reason that we required k to be inﬁnite was to have the functor E → E (p) deﬁned for all ﬁbrant E in SptS 1 (k). For a ﬁbrant (s, p)-spectrum E = (E0 , E1 , . ), the presheaves En are all zero-spectra of a ﬁbrant (s, p)-spectrum. In particular, En satisﬁes Axiom A3 in case k (p) is a ﬁnite ﬁeld, and hence, the operation En → En is well deﬁned.
Activin Receptors by Shav-Tal Y., Lapter S., Parameswaran R.