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Molecularly distinct cores coexist inside stress granules

luca Cirillo, Adeline Cieren, Monica Gotta



Selected by Tessa Sinnige

Benchmarking Single-Cell RNA Sequencing Protocols for Cell Atlas Projects

Elisabetta Mereu, Atefeh Lafzi, Catia Moutinho, et al.

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Systematic comparative analysis of single cell RNA-sequencing methods

Jiarui Ding, Xian Adiconis, Sean K. Simmons, et al.



Selected by Rob Hynds

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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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Accurate detection of m6A RNA modifications in native RNA sequences

Huanle Liu, Oguzhan Begik, Morghan C lucas, et al.



Selected by Christian Bates

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Myc instructs and maintains pancreatic adenocarcinoma phenotype

Nicole M Sodir, Roderik M Kortlever, Valentin JA Barthet, et al.



Selected by William Hill

Microfluidic protein isolation and sample preparation for high resolution cryo-EM

Claudio Schmidli, Stefan Albiez, luca Rima, et al.



Selected by David Wright

Prospective, brain-wide labeling of neuronal subclasses with enhancer-driven AAVs

lucas T Graybuck, Adriana Sedeño-Cortés, Thuc Nghi Nguyen, et al.



Selected by Jesus Victorino

Acquired interbacterial defense systems protect against interspecies antagonism in the human gut microbiome

Benjamin D. Ross, Adrian J. Verster, Matthew C. Radey, et al.



Selected by Connor Rosen

Bridging the divide: bacteria synthesizing archaeal membrane lipids

Laura Villanueva, F. A. Bastiaan von Meijenfeldt, Alexander B. Westbye, et al.

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Extensive transfer of membrane lipid biosynthetic genes between Archaea and Bacteria

Gareth A. Coleman, Richard D. Pancost, Tom A. Williams



Selected by Gautam Dey

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Budding yeast complete DNA replication after chromosome segregation begins

Tsvetomira Ivanova, Michael Maier, Alsu Missarova, et al.



Selected by Gautam Dey, Maiko Kitaoka

EFFECTORS OF THE SPINDLE ASSEMBLY CHECKPOINT BUT NOT THE MITOTIC EXIT NETWORK ARE CONFINED WITHIN THE NUCLEUS OF SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE

Lydia R Heasley, Jennifer G Deluca, Steven M Markus



Selected by Hiral Shah

Controlling CRISPR-Cas9 with ligand-activated and ligand-deactivated sgRNAs

Kale Kundert, James E lucas, Kyle E Watters, et al.



Selected by Samantha Seah
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