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Tau assemblies enter the cytosol of neurons in a cholesterol sensitive manner

Benjamin J. Tuck, Taxiarchis Katsinelos, Lauren V. C. Miller, et al.



Selected by Emma Wilson

Foldamers Reveal and Validate Novel Therapeutic Targets Associated with Toxic α-Synuclein Self-Assembly

Jemil Ahmed, Tessa C. Fitch, Courtney M. Donnelly, et al.



Selected by Joanna Zell

A “spindle and thread”-mechanism unblocks translation of N-terminally disordered proteins

Margit Kaldmäe, Thibault Vosselman, Xueying Zhong, et al.



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Structure of an infectious mammalian prion

Allison Kraus, Forrest Hoyt, Cindi L. Schwartz, et al.



Selected by Jennifer Ann Black

Transgenerational Regulation of Sexual Attractiveness in C. elegans Nematodes

Itai Antoine Toker, Itamar Lev, Yael Mor, et al.



Selected by Yasmin Lau

Aberrant replication licensing drives Copy Number Gains across species

Patroula Nathanailidou, Michalis Petropoulos, Styliani Maxouri, et al.



Selected by Yasmin Lau

Hydration-dependent phase separation of a prion-like protein regulates seed germination during water stress

Yanniv Dorone, Steven Boeynaems, Benjamin Jin, et al.



Selected by Martin Balcerowicz

L-bodies are novel RNA-protein condensates driving RNA transport in Xenopus oocytes

Christopher R. Neil, Samantha P. Jeschonek, Sarah E. Cabral, et al.



Selected by Maiko Kitaoka

Unstructured mRNAs form multivalent RNA-RNA interactions to generate TIS granule networks

Weirui Ma, Gang Zhen, Wei Xie, et al.



Selected by Christian Bates

Skd3 (human CLPB) is a potent mitochondrial protein disaggregase that is inactivated by 3-methylglutaconic aciduria-linked mutations

Ryan R. Cupo, James Shorter



Selected by Tessa Sinnige

HSP110 dependent HSP70 disaggregation machinery mediates prion-like propagation of amyloidogenic proteins in metazoa

Jessica Tittelmeier, Carl Alexander Sandhof, Heidrun Maja Ries, et al.



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The properties of α-synuclein secondary nuclei are dominated by the solution conditions rather than the seed fibril strain

Alessia Peduzzo, Sara Linse, Alexander K. Buell



Selected by Tessa Sinnige

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