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Resolving the 3D landscape of transcription-linked mammalian chromatin folding

Tsung-Han S. Hsieh, Elena Slobodyanyuk, Anders S. Hansen, et al.



Selected by Clarice Hong

Spontaneous isomerization of long-lived proteins provides a molecular mechanism for the lysosomal failure observed in Alzheimer’s disease

Tyler R. Lambeth, Dylan L. Riggs, Lance E. Talbert, et al.



Selected by Joanna Cross

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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Microrna-mediated control of developmental lymphangiogenesis

Hyun Min Jung, Ciara Hu, Alexandra M Fister, et al.



Selected by Rudra Nayan Das

Self-reporting transposons enable simultaneous readout of gene expression and transcription factor binding in single cells

Arnav Moudgil, Michael N Wilkinson, Xuhua Chen, et al.



Selected by James Briscoe

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Maintenance of spatial gene expression by Polycomb-mediated repression after formation of a vertebrate body plan

Julien Rougot, Naomi D Chrispijn, Marco Aben, et al.



Selected by Yen-Chung Chen

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The coordination of terminal differentiation and cell cycle exit is mediated through the regulation of chromatin accessibility

Yiqin Ma, Daniel J McKay, Laura Buttitta



Selected by Gabriel Aughey

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Inter-organ growth coordination is mediated by the Xrp1/Dilp8 axis in Drosophila

Laura Boulan, Ditte Andersen, Julien Colombani, et al.



Selected by Alberto Rosello-Diez

Eukaryotic acquisition of a bacterial operon

Jacek Kominek, Drew T. Doering, Dana A. Opulente, et al.



Selected by Lauren Neves

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

Conserved phosphorylation hotspots in eukaryotic protein domain families

Marta J Strumillo, Michaela Oplova, Cristina Vieitez, et al.



Selected by Gautam Dey

The Histone H3-H4 Tetramer is a Copper Reductase Enzyme

Narsis Attar, Oscar A Campos, Maria Vogelauer, et al.



Selected by Lauren Neves
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