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Cell lineage-dependent chiral actomyosin flows drive cellular rearrangements in early development

Lokesh Pimpale, Teije C. Middelkoop, Alexander Mietke, et al.



Selected by Lars Hubatsch

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

Molecular determinants of the Ska-Ndc80 interaction and their influence on microtubule tracking and force-coupling

Pim J. Huis in 't Veld, Vladimir A. Volkov, Isabelle Stender, et al.



Selected by Yasmin Lau

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Central spindle microtubules are strongly coupled to chromosomes during both anaphase A and anaphase B

Che-Hang Yu, Stefanie Redemann, Hai-Yin Wu, et al.



Selected by Federico Pelisch

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Actomyosin-driven tension at compartmental boundaries orients cell division independently of cell geometry in vivo

Elena Scarpa, Cedric Finet, Guy Blanchard, et al.



Selected by Ivana Viktorinov√°

JNK-mediated spindle reorientation in stem cells promotes dysplasia in the aging intestine

Daniel Hu, Heinrich Jasper



Selected by Maiko Kitaoka

Optogenetic reconstitution reveals that Dynein-Dynactin-NuMA clusters generate cortical spindle-pulling forces as a multi-arm ensemble

Masako Okumura, Toyoaki Natsume, Masato T Kanemaki, et al.



Selected by Arnaud Monnard

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Optogenetic reconstitution reveals that Dynein-Dynactin-NuMA clusters generate cortical spindle-pulling forces as a multi-arm ensemble

Masako Okumura, Toyoaki Natsume, Masato T Kanemaki, et al.



Selected by Ben Craske, Gaetan Dias Mirandela, Thibault Legal and Toni McHugh
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