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Integrated Metabolomic and Transcriptomic Profiling Reveals Novel Activation-Induced Metabolic Networks in Human T cells

S. Hiemer, S. Jatav, J. Jussif, et al.



Selected by Jonny Coates

Rapid discovery of synthetic DNA sequences to rewrite endogenous T cell circuits

Theodore L. Roth, P. Jonathan Li, Jasper F. Nies, et al.



Selected by Pavithran Ravindran

AGO1x prevents dsRNA-induced interferon signaling to promote breast cancer cell proliferation

Souvik Ghosh, Joao C Guimaraes, Manuela Lanzafame, et al.



Selected by Lorenzo Lafranchi

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Accurate detection of m6A RNA modifications in native RNA sequences

Huanle Liu, Oguzhan Begik, Morghan C Lucas, et al.



Selected by Christian Bates

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Dynamic Erasure of Random X-Chromosome Inactivation during iPSC reprogramming

Adrian Janiszewski, Irene Talon, Juan Song, et al.



Selected by Sergio Menchero

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A metabolic switch from OXPHOS to glycolysis is essential for cardiomyocyte proliferation in the regenerating heart

Hessel Honkoop, Dennis de Bakker, Alla Aharonov, et al.



Selected by Andreas van Impel

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RNase L reprograms translation by widespread mRNA turnover escaped by antiviral mRNAs

James M Burke, Stephanie L Moon, Evan T Lester, et al.



Selected by Connor Rosen

Old fibroblasts secrete inflammatory cytokines that drive variability in reprogramming efficiency and may affect wound healing between old individuals

Salah Mahmoudi, Elena Mancini, Alessandra Moore, et al.



Selected by Shikha Nayar

STAT3 promotes melanoma metastasis by CEBP-induced repression of the MITF pigmentation pathway

Alexander Swoboda, Robert Soukup, Katharina Kinslechner, et al.



Selected by Hannah Brunsdon

Memory sequencing reveals heritable single cell gene expression programs associated with distinct cellular behaviors

Sydney M Shaffer, Benjamin L Emert, Ann E. Sizemore, et al.



Selected by Leighton Daigh

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Site-specific K63 ubiquitinomics reveals post-initiation regulation of ribosomes under oxidative stress

Songhee Back, Christine Vogel, Gustavo M Silva



Selected by Srivats Venkataramanan

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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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