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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



Selected by Tessa Sinnige

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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Cytoskeletal tension actively sustains the migratory T cell synaptic contact

Sudha Kumari, Michael Mak, Yehchuin Poh, et al.



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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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Specific Disruption of Established P. aeruginosa Biofilms Using Polymer-Attacking Enzymes

Kristin N. Kovach, Derek Fleming, Kendra P. Rumbaugh, et al.



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Tousled-like kinase activity is required for transcriptional silencing and suppression of innate immune signaling

Sandra Segura-Bayona, Marina Villamor-Payà, Camille Stephan-Otto Attolini, et al.



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3D microenvironment stiffness regulates tumor spheroid growth and mechanics via p21 and ROCK

Anna V. Taubenberger, Salvatore Girardo, Nicole Träber, et al.



Selected by Jacky G. Goetz

Human DNA-PK activates a STING-independent DNA sensing pathway

Katelyn Burleigh, Joanna H. Maltbaek, Stephanie Cambier, et al.



Selected by Connor Rosen

Oncogenic hijacking of a developmental transcription factor evokes therapeutic vulnerability for ROS-induction in Ewing sarcoma

Aruna Marchetto, Shunya Ohmura, Martin F. Orth, et al.



Selected by Hannah Brunsdon

Active behaviour during early development shapes glucocorticoid reactivity

Luis A. Castillo-Ramírez, Soojin Ryu, Rodrigo J. De Marco



Selected by Kathleen Gilmour

Members of the Arabidopsis auxin receptor gene family are essential early in embryogenesis and have broadly overlapping functions

Michael J Prigge, Nikita Kadakia, Kathleen Greenham, et al.



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