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Double-strand breaks in facultative heterochromatin require specific movements and chromatin changes for efficient repair

Marieke R. Wensveen, Aditya A. Dixit, Serafin U. Colmenares, et al.



Selected by Pierre Caron

A Window into Mammalian Basement Membrane Development: Insights from the mTurq2-Col4a1 Mouse Model

Rebecca A. Jones, Brandon Trejo, Parijat Sil, et al.



Selected by Uwe Töpfer

LincRNAs enable germ cells differentiation by promoting PUF proteins condensation

Roni Falk, Noa Gilad, Hanna Achache, et al.



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Hypoxia blunts angiogenic signaling and upregulates the antioxidant system in elephant seal endothelial cells

Kaitlin N Allen, Julia María Torres-Velarde, Juan Manuel Vazquez, et al.



Selected by Sarah Young-Veenstra

Regeneration leads to global tissue rejuvenation in aging sexual planarians

Xiaoting Dai, Xinghua Li, Scott Pletcher, et al.



Selected by Sophia Friesen

DNA methylation rates scale with maximum lifespan across mammals

Samuel. J. C. Crofts, Eric Latorre-Crespo, Tamir Chandra



Selected by Jennifer Ann Black

Complete male-to-female sex reversal in XY mice lacking the miR-17∼92 cluster

Alicia Hurtado, Irene Mota-Gómez, Miguel Lao, et al.



Selected by Martin Estermann

Humoral and T-cell-mediated responses to a pre-clinical Zika vaccine candidate that utilizes a unique insect-specific flavivirus platform

Danielle L. Porier, Awadalkareem Adam, Lin Kang, et al.



Selected by Lucy Bowden
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marmite defines a novel conserved neuropeptide family mediating nutritional homeostasis

AP Francisco, I Tastekin, AB Fernandes, et al.



Selected by Pablo Ranea Robles, Cláudia Gil

Conserved Chamber-Specific Polyploidy Maintains Heart Function in Drosophila

Archan Chakraborty, Nora G. Peterson, Juliet S. King, et al.



Selected by Anastasia Moraiti

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Nutrient-regulated dynamics of chondroprogenitors in the postnatal murine growth plate

Takeshi Oichi, Joe Kodama, Kimberly Wilson, et al.



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Small leucine-rich proteoglycans inhibit CNS regeneration by modifying the structural and mechanical properties of the lesion environment

Julia Kolb, Nora John, Kyoohyun Kim, et al.



Selected by Laura Celotto

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