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Delineating the rules for structural adaptation of membrane-associated proteins to evolutionary changes in membrane lipidome

Maria Makarova, Maria Peter, Gabor Balogh, et al.



Selected by Gautam Dey

NEUROD2 represses Reelin expression and controls dendrite orientation during cortical radial migration

Gizem Guzelsoy, Cansu Akkaya, Dila Atak, et al.



Selected by Theresa Pohlkamp

Synthetic pluripotent bacterial stem cells

Sara Molinari, David L. Shis, James Chappell, et al.



Selected by Lorenzo Lafranchi

Ribosomal DNA and the rDNA-binding protein Indra mediate non-random sister chromatid segregation in Drosophila male germline stem cells

George Watase, Yukiko Yamashita



Selected by Maiko Kitaoka

A SOSEKI-based coordinate system interprets global polarity cues in Arabidopsis

Saiko Yoshida, Alja van der Schuren, Maritza van Dop, et al.



Selected by Martin Balcerowicz

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Aurora A depletion reveals centrosome-independent polarization mechanism in C. elegans

Kerstin Klinkert, Nicolas Levernier, Peter Gross, et al.

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Centrosome Aurora A gradient ensures a single PAR-2 polarity axis by regulating RhoGEF ECT-2 localization in C. elegans embryos

Sachin Kotak, Sukriti Kapoor



Selected by Giuliana Clemente

SOL1 and SOL2 Regulate Fate Transition and cell divisions in the Arabidopsis Stomatal Lineage

Abigail R Simmons, Kelli A Davies, Wanpeng Wang, et al.



Selected by Martin Balcerowicz

mRNA localisation in endothelial cells regulates blood vessel sprouting

Guilherme Costa, Nawseen Tarannum, Shane Herbert



Selected by Andreas van Impel

JNK-mediated spindle reorientation in stem cells promotes dysplasia in the aging intestine

Daniel Hu, Heinrich Jasper



Selected by Maiko Kitaoka

Spatiotemporally controlled Myosin relocalization and internal pressure cause biased cortical extension to generate sibling cell size asymmetry

Tri Thanh Pham, Arnaud Monnard, Jonne Helenius, et al.



Selected by Giuliana Clemente

Optogenetic reconstitution reveals that Dynein-Dynactin-NuMA clusters generate cortical spindle-pulling forces as a multi-arm ensemble

Masako Okumura, Toyoaki Natsume, Masato T Kanemaki, et al.



Selected by Arnaud Monnard

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The expa1-1 mutant reveals a new biophysical lateral root organogenesis checkpoint

Priya Ramakrishna, Graham A. Rance, Lam D. Vu, et al.



Selected by Annika Weimer

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