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Human cardiac fibrosis-on-a-chip model recapitulates disease hallmarks and can serve as a platform for drug screening

Olya Mastikhina, Byeong-Ui Moon, Kenneth Williams, et al.



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Brain cooling marginally increases maximum thermal tolerance in Atlantic cod

Fredrik Jutfelt, Dominique G. Roche, Timothy D Clark, et al.



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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

Precisely control mitochondria with light to manipulate cell fate decision

Patrick Ernst, Ningning Xu, Jing Qu, et al.



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Molecularly distinct cores coexist inside stress granules

Luca Cirillo, Adeline Cieren, Monica Gotta



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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

Modulation of neuronal resilience during aging by Hsp70/Hsp90/STI1 chaperone system

Rachel Lackie, Abdul Razzaq, Sali M.K. Farhan, et al.



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A conserved regulatory program drives emergence of the lateral plate mesoderm

Karin D. Prummel, Christopher Hess, Susan Nieuwenhuize, et al.



Selected by Meng Zhu

Apicomplexan F-actin is required for efficient nuclear entry during host cell invasion

Mario Del Rosario, Javier Periz, Georgios Pavlou, et al.



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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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A large-scale resource for tissue-specific CRISPR mutagenesis in Drosophila

Fillip Port, Claudia Strein, Mona Stricker, et al.



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Developmentally regulated Shh expression is robust to TAD perturbations

Iain Williamson, Lauren Kane, Paul S. Devenney, et al.



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