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The First Mitotic Division of the Human Embryo is Highly Error-prone

Emma Ford, Cerys E. Currie, Deborah M. Taylor, et al.



Selected by Grace Lim

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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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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Geometric principles underlying the proliferation of a model cell system

Ling Juan Wu, Seoungjun Lee, Sungshic Park, et al.



Selected by Martin Holub

Trophectoderm Potency is Retained Exclusively in Human Naïve Cells

Ge Guo, Giuliano Giuseppe Stirparo, Stanley Strawbridge, et al.



Selected by Sergio Menchero

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Ancient genomic regulatory blocks are a major source for gene deserts in vertebrates after whole genome duplications

María Touceda-Suárez, Elizabeth M. Kita, Rafael D. Acemel, et al.



Selected by Jesus Victorino

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Nanopore-based genome assembly and the evolutionary genomics of basmati rice

Jae Young Choi, Zoe N. Lye, Simon C. Groen, et al.



Selected by Edi Sudianto

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Contractile acto-myosin network on nuclear envelope remnants positions human chromosomes for mitosis

Alexander JR Booth, Zuojun Yue, John K Eykelenboom, et al.



Selected by Alyson Smith

Molecular determinants of the Ska-Ndc80 interaction and their influence on microtubule tracking and force-coupling

Pim J. Huis in 't Veld, Vladimir A. Volkov, Isabelle Stender, et al.



Selected by Yasmin Lau

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Mitotic exit is controlled during anaphase by an Aurora B-Cyclin B1/Cdk1 crosstalk

Olga Afonso, Liam P. Cheeseman, Luísa T. Ferreira, et al.



Selected by Gautam Dey

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The spindle assembly checkpoint functions during early development in non-chordate embryos

Janet Chenevert, Marianne Roca, Lydia Besnardeau, et al.



Selected by Maiko Kitaoka

Synthetic pluripotent bacterial stem cells

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



Selected by Lorenzo Lafranchi
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