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The nucleus acts as a ruler tailoring cell responses to spatial constraints

A.J. Lomakin, C.J. Cattin, D. Cuvelier, et al.

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The nucleus measures shape deformation for cellular proprioception and regulates adaptive morphodynamics

Valeria Venturini, Fabio Pezzano, Frederic Català Castro, et al.



Selected by Nicola Stevenson

Closed mitosis requires local disassembly of the nuclear envelope

Gautam Dey, Siân Culley, Scott Curran, et al.



Selected by Leeba Ann Chacko

The enteric nervous system of the human and mouse colon at a single-cell resolution

Eugene Drokhlyansky, Christopher S. Smillie, Nicholas Van Wittenberghe, et al.



Selected by Jessica Xie

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Delineating the rules for structural adaptation of membrane-associated proteins to evolutionary changes in membrane lipidome

Maria Makarova, Maria Peter, Gabor Balogh, et al.



Selected by Gautam Dey

Small molecules for modulating protein driven liquid-liquid phase separation in treating neurodegenerative disease

Richard J. Wheeler, Hyun O. Lee, Ina Poser, et al.



Selected by Madhuja Samaddar

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Isolation of an archaeon at the prokaryote-eukaryote interface

Hiroyuki Imachi, Masaru K. Nobu, Nozomi Nakahara, et al.



Selected by Gautam Dey

Contractile acto-myosin network on nuclear envelope remnants positions human chromosomes for mitosis

Alexander JR Booth, Zuojun Yue, John K Eykelenboom, et al.



Selected by Alyson Smith

Mitotic exit is controlled during anaphase by an Aurora B-Cyclin B1/Cdk1 crosstalk

Olga Afonso, Liam P. Cheeseman, Luísa T. Ferreira, et al.



Selected by Gautam Dey

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An F-actin shell ruptures the nuclear envelope by sorting pore-dense and pore-free membranes in meiosis of starfish oocytes

Natalia Wesolowska, Pedro Machado, Celina Geiss, et al.



Selected by Maiko Kitaoka

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nuclear pore density controls heterochromatin reorganization during senescence

Charlene Boumendil, Priya Hari, Karl Olsen, et al.



Selected by Carmen Adriaens

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

Mitotic chromosome alignment is required for proper nuclear envelope reassembly

Cindy L Fonseca, Heidi LH Malaby, Leslie A Sepaniac, et al.



Selected by Maiko Kitaoka
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