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Shake-it-off: A simple ultrasonic cryo-EM specimen preparation device

John L. Rubinstein, Hui Guo, Zev A. Ripstein, et al.



Selected by David Wright

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Specific Disruption of Established P. aeruginosa Biofilms Using Polymer-Attacking Enzymes

Kristin N. Kovach, Derek Fleming, Kendra P. Rumbaugh, et al.



Selected by Snehal Kadam

Engineered probiotics for local tumor delivery of checkpoint blockade nanobodies

Candice Gurbatri, Courtney Coker, Taylor E. Hinchliffe, et al.

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Programmable bacteria induce durable tumor regression and systemic antitumor immunity

Sreyan Chowdhury, Taylor E Hinchliffe, Samuel Castro, et al.



Selected by Pavithran Ravindran

In vivo glucose imaging in multiple model organisms with an engineered single-wavelength sensor

Jacob P. Keller, Jonathan S. Marvin, Haluk Lacin, et al.



Selected by Stephan Daetwyler

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Proteome of the secondary plastid of Euglena gracilis reveals metabolic quirks and colourful history

Anna M. G. Novák Vanclová, Martin Zoltner, Steven Kelly, et al.



Selected by Ellis O'Neill

HIV-1 Gag specifically restricts PI(4,5)P2 and cholesterol mobility in living cells creating a nanodomain platform for virus assembly

C. Favard, J. Chojnacki, P. Merida, et al.



Selected by Amberley Stephens

Mitochondrial biogenesis is transcriptionally repressed in lysosomal lipid storage diseases

King Faisal Yambire, Lorena Fernandez-Mosquera, Robert Steinfeld, et al.



Selected by Sandra Franco Iborra

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Fragment-based discovery of a new class of inhibitors targeting mycobacterial tRNA modification

Sherine E. Thomas, Andrew J. Whitehouse, Karen Brown, et al.



Selected by Yasmin Lau

Dynamic Aha1 Co-Chaperone Binding to Human Hsp90

Javier Oroz, Laura J Blair, Markus Zweckstetter



Selected by Reid Alderson

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Conditional Guide RNAs: Programmable Conditional Regulation of CRISPR/Cas Function in bacteria via Dynamic RNA Nanotechnology

Mikhail H. Hanewich-Hollatz, Zhewei Chen, Jining Huang, et al.



Selected by Pavithran Ravindran

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Synthetic pluripotent bacterial stem cells

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



Selected by Lorenzo Lafranchi

SLC19A1 is a cyclic dinucleotide transporter

Rutger Luteijn, Shivam Zaver, Benjamin G Gowen, et al.

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SLC19A1 is an importer of the immunotransmitter cGAMP

Anthony F. Cordova, Christopher Ritchie, Gaelen T. Hess, et al.

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2'3'-cGAMP is an immunotransmitter produced by cancer cells and regulated by ENPP1

Jacqueline A Carozza, Volker Boehnert, Kelsey E Shaw, et al.



Selected by Connor Rosen
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