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A developmental gene regulatory network for invasive differentiation of the C. elegans anchor cell

Taylor N. Medwig-Kinney, Jayson J. Smith, Nicholas J. Palmisano, et al.



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On-demand, cell-free biomanufacturing of conjugate vaccines at the point-of-care

Jessica C. Stark, Thapakorn Jaroentomeechai, Tyler D. Moeller, et al.



Selected by Zhang-He Goh

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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Slide-seq: A Scalable Technology for Measuring Genome-Wide Expression at High Spatial Resolution

Samuel G Rodriques, Robert R Stickels, Aleksandrina Goeva, et al.

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High-density spatial transcriptomics arrays for in situ tissue profiling

Sanja Vickovic, Goekcen Eraslan, Johanna Klughammer, et al.



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In vivo identification of GTPase interactors by mitochondrial relocalization and proximity biotinylation

Sean Munro, Alison K Gillingham, Jessie Bertram, et al.



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Stable knockout and complementation of receptor expression using in vitro cell line derived reticulocytes for dissection of host malaria invasion requirements

Timothy J Satchwell, Katherine E Wright, Katy L Haydn-Smith, et al.



Selected by Alyson Smith

A direct selection strategy for isolating aptamers with pH-sensitive binding activity

Chelsea K L Gordon, Michael Eisenstein, H T Soh



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An atlas of the aging lung mapped by single cell transcriptomics and deep tissue proteomics

Ilias Angelidis, Lukas M Simon, Isis E Fernandez, et al.



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The genomic basis of colour pattern polymorphism in the harlequin ladybird

Mathieu Gautier, Junichi Yamaguchi, Julien Foucaud, et al.



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