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Trackosome: a computational toolbox to study the spatiotemporal dynamics of centrosomes, nuclear envelope and cellular membrane

Domingos Castro, Vanessa Nunes, Joana T. Lima, et al.



Selected by Mariana De Niz

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An Atlas of Gene Regulatory Elements in Adult Mouse Cerebrum

Yang Eric Li, Sebastian Preissl, Xiaomeng Hou, et al.



Selected by Monica Tambalo

Single-molecule live cell imaging of the Smc5/6 DNA repair complex

Thomas J. Etheridge, Desiree Villahermosa, Anja Irmisch, et al.



Selected by Jennifer Ann Black

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RADX Sustains POT1 Function at Telomeres to Counteract RAD51 Binding, which Triggers Telomere Fragility

Anna-Sophia Briod, Galina Glousker, Joachim Lingner



Selected by Upasana Roy

Impact of chromatin context on Cas9-induced DNA double-strand break repair pathway balance

Ruben Schep, Eva Brinkman, Christ Leemans, et al.



Selected by Katie Weiner

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Sister-chromatid-sensitive Hi-C reveals the conformation of replicated human chromosomes

Michael Mitter, Catherina Gasser, Zsuzsanna Takacs, et al.



Selected by Parna Saha

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Gain of gene regulatory network interconnectivity at the origin of vertebrates

Alejandro Gil-Gálvez, Sandra Jiménez-Gancedo, Rafael D. Acemel, et al.



Selected by Glò Casas Gimeno

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Recognition of cellular RNAs by the S9.6 antibody creates pervasive artefacts when imaging RNA:DNA hybrids

John A. Smolka, Lionel A. Sanz, Stella R. Hartono, et al.



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Endogenous retroviruses drive species-specific germline transcriptomes in mammals

Akihiko Sakashita, So Maezawa, Kris G. Alavattam, et al.



Selected by Petra Kovacikova

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Live-cell 3D single-molecule tracking reveals how NuRD modulates enhancer dynamics

S Basu, O Shukron, A Ponjavic, et al.

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Live-cell single particle tracking of PRC1 reveals a highly dynamic system with low target site occupancy

Miles K. Huseyin, Robert J. Klose



Selected by Gabriel Aughey

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The LINC complex transmits integrin-dependent tension to the nuclear lamina and represses epidermal differentiation

Emma Carley*, Rachel M. Stewart*, Abigail Zieman*, et al.



Selected by Helena Pinheiro

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The mitotic protein NuMA plays a spindle-independent role in nuclear formation and mechanics

Andrea Serra-Marques, Ronja Houtekamer, Dorine Hintzen, et al.

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NuMA interaction with chromatin is vital for proper nuclear architecture in human cells

Ashwathi Rajeevan, Riya Keshri, Sachin Kotak



Selected by Gautam Dey

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