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The histone chaperone FACT induces Cas9 multi-turnover behavior and modifies genome manipulation in human cells

Alan S. Wang, Leo Chen, R. Alex Wu, et al.



Selected by Nicola Stevenson

Ran GTPase regulates non-centrosomal microtubule nucleation and is transported by actin waves towards the neurite tip

Yung-An Huang, Chih-Hsuan Hsu, Ho-Chieh Chiu, et al.



Selected by Ramona Jühlen

Cytoskeletal tension actively sustains the migratory T cell synaptic contact

Sudha Kumari, Michael Mak, Yehchuin Poh, et al.



Selected by Tim Fessenden

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Short-range interactions govern cellular dynamics in microbial multi-genotype systems

Alma Dal Co, Simon van Vliet, Daniel Johannes Kiviet, et al.

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Rapid microbial interaction network inference in microfluidic droplets

Ryan H Hsu, Ryan L Clark, Jin Wei Tan, et al.



Selected by Connor Rosen

A schizophrenia risk gene, NRGN, bidirectionally modulates synaptic plasticity via regulating the neuronal phosphoproteome

Hongik Hwang, Matthew J Szucs, Lei J Ding, et al.



Selected by Laura McCormick

Inter-organ growth coordination is mediated by the Xrp1/Dilp8 axis in Drosophila

Laura Boulan, Ditte Andersen, Julien Colombani, et al.



Selected by Alberto Rosello-Diez

Basal extrusion drives cell invasion and mechanical stripping of E-cadherin

John Fadul, Gloria M Slattum, Nadja M Redd, et al.



Selected by William Hill

Epiblast formation by Tead-Yap-dependent expression of pluripotency factors and competitive elimination of unspecified cells

Masakazu Hashimoto, Hiroshi Sasaki



Selected by Sarah Bowling, Teresa Rayon

The Toll pathway inhibits tissue growth and regulates cell fitness in an infection-dependent manner

Federico Germani, Daniel Hain, Denise Sternlicht, et al.



Selected by Rohan Khadilkar

EGFR signaling coordinates patterning with cell survival during Drosophila epidermal development

Samuel Henry Crossman, Sebastian J Streichan, Jean-Paul Vincent



Selected by Sarah Bowling

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WNT signaling memory is required for ACTIVIN to function as a morphogen in human gastruloids

Anna Yoney, Fred Etoc, Albert Ruzo, et al.



Selected by Sundar Naganathan

Content-Aware Image Restoration: Pushing the Limits of Fluorescence Microscopy

Martin Weigert, Uwe Schmidt, Tobias Boothe, et al.



Selected by Uri Manor
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