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SABER enables highly multiplexed and amplified detection of DNA and RNA in cells and tissues

Jocelyn Y. Kishi, Brian J. Beliveau, Sylvain W. Lapan, et al.



Selected by Yen-Chung Chen

LCM-seq reveals unique transcriptional adaption mechanisms of resistant neurons in spinal muscular atrophy

Susanne Nichterwitz, Helena Storvall, Jik Nijssen, et al.

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Axon-seq decodes the motor axon transcriptome and its modulation in response to ALS

Jik Nijssen, Julio Cesar Aguila Benitez, Rein Hoogstraaten, et al.



Selected by Yen-Chung Chen

Anti-angiogenic effects of VEGF stimulation on endothelium deficient in phosphoinositide recycling

Amber N Stratman, Olivia M Farrelly, Constantinos M Mikelis, et al.



Selected by Coert Margadant

Analysis of the role of Nidogen/entactin in basement membrane assembly and morphogenesis in Drosophila

Jianli Dai, Beatriz Estrada, Sofie Jacobs, et al.



Selected by Nargess Khalilgharibi

Simultaneous production of diverse neuronal subtypes during early corticogenesis

Elia Magrinelli, Robin Jan Wagener, Denis Jabaudon



Selected by Boyan Bonev

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Local protein synthesis in axon terminals and dendritic spines differentiates plasticity contexts

Anne-Sophie Hafner, Paul Donlin-Asp, Beulah Leitch, et al.



Selected by Dipen Rajgor

Molecular recording of mammalian embryogenesis

Michelle Chan, Zachary D Smith, Stefanie Grosswendt, et al.



Selected by Hannah Brunsdon

LADL: Light-activated dynamic looping for endogenous gene expression control

Mayuri Rege, Ji Hun Kim, Jacqueline Valeri, et al.



Selected by Ivan Candido-Ferreira

Quantitative, real-time, single cell analysis in tissue reveals expression dynamics of neurogenesis

Cerys S Manning, Veronica Biga, James Boyd, et al.



Selected by Teresa Rayon

Profiling the surface proteome identifies actionable biology for TSC1 mutant cells beyond mTORC1 signaling

Junnian Wei, Kevin K. Leung, Charles Truillet, et al.



Selected by Rob Hynds

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A transition from SoxB1 to SoxE transcription factors is essential for progression from pluripotent blastula cells to neural crest cells

Elsy Buitrago-Delgado, Elizabeth Schock, Kara Nordin, et al.



Selected by Amanda Haage

Maternal pluripotency factors prime the zygotic genome to respond to intercellular signals

George E Gentsch, Thomas Spruce, Nick D L Owens, et al.



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