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A specialized mRNA translation circuit instated in pluripotency presets the competence for cardiogenesis in humans

Deniz Bartsch, Kaustubh Kalamkar, Gaurav Ahuja, et al.



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Rnf20 shapes the endothelial control of heart morphogenesis and function

Linda Kessler, Rui Gao, Nalan Tetik-Elsherbiny, et al.



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Periodic spatial patterning with a single morphogen

Sheng Wang, Jordi Garcia-Ojalvo, Michael B. Elowitz



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Mechanical stress driven by rigidity sensing governs epithelial stability

Surabhi Sonam, Lakshmi Balasubramaniam, Shao-Zhen Lin, et al.



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Plakoglobin is a mechanoresponsive regulator of naïve pluripotency

Timo N. Kohler, Joachim De Jonghe, Anna L. Ellerman, et al.



Selected by Ilaria Di Meglio

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The Hox gene Antennapedia regulates wing development through 20-hydroxyecdysone in insect

Chunyan Fang, Yaqun Xin, Tao Sun, et al.



Selected by Lisa Hanna

Pseudo-dynamic analysis of heart tube formation in the mouse reveals strong regional variability and early left-right asymmetry

Isaac Esteban, Patrick Schmidt, Susana Temiño, et al.



Selected by Yen Tran

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Epicardial HDAC3 promotes myocardial growth through a novel microRNA pathway

Jihyun Jang, Guang Song, Qinshan Li, et al.



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Microtubule-based perception of mechanical conflicts controls plant organ morphogenesis

Dorothee Stöckle, Blanca Jazmin Reyes-Hernández, Amaya Vilches Barro, et al.



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Self-organized morphogenesis of a human neural tube in vitro by geometric constraints

Eyal Karzbrun, Aimal H. Khankhel, Heitor C. Megale, et al.



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Extracellular mechanical forces drive endocardial cell volume decrease during cardiac valve morphogenesis

Hélène Vignes, Christina Vagena-Pantoula, Mangal Prakash, et al.



Selected by Julia Grzymkowski

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Engineering functional human gastrointestinal organoid tissues using the three primary germ layers separately derived from pluripotent stem cells

Alexandra K. Eicher, Daniel O. Kechele, Nambirajan Sundaram, et al.



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