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Adhesion-mediated heterogeneous actin organization governs apoptotic cell extrusion

Anh Phuong Le, Jean-François Rupprecht, René-Marc Mège, et al.



Selected by Jessica L. Teo

Asymmetric nuclear division of neural stem cells contributes to the formation of sibling nuclei with different identities

Chantal Roubinet, Ian J. White, Buzz Baum



Selected by Grace Lim

Viscoelastic relaxation of collagen networks provides a self-generated directional cue during collective migration

Andrew G. Clark, Ananyo Maitra, Cécile Jacques, et al.



Selected by Mariana De Niz

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Temporal correlation between oscillating force dipoles drives single cell migration in 3D

A. Godeau, M. Leoni, J. Comelles, et al.



Selected by Mariana De Niz

Evolutionary Changes in Left-Right Visceral Asymmetry in Astyanax Cavefish

Li Ma, Mandy Ng, Janet Shi, et al.



Selected by Sophia Friesen

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Early neurulation recapitulated in assemblies of embryonic and extraembryonic cells

Noémie M. L. P. Bérenger-Currias, Maria Mircea, Esmée Adegeest, et al.



Selected by Monica Tambalo

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The coordinated localization of mRNA to centrosomes facilitates error-free mitosis

Pearl V. Ryder, Junnan Fang, Dorothy A. Lerit



Selected by Grace Lim

Self-organised symmetry breaking in zebrafish reveals feedback from morphogenesis to pattern formation

Vikas Trivedi, Timothy Fulton, Andrea Attardi, et al.



Selected by Sundar Naganathan

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Cytoskeletal tension actively sustains the migratory T cell synaptic contact

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



Selected by Tim Fessenden

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symmetry breaking in the embryonic skin triggers a directional and sequential front of competence during plumage patterning

Richard Bailleul, Carole Desmarquet-Trin Dinh, Magdalena Hidalgo, et al.



Selected by Alexa Sadier

Aurora A depletion reveals centrosome-independent polarization mechanism in C. elegans

Kerstin Klinkert, Nicolas Levernier, Peter Gross, et al.

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Centrosome Aurora A gradient ensures a single PAR-2 polarity axis by regulating RhoGEF ECT-2 localization in C. elegans embryos

Sachin Kotak, Sukriti Kapoor



Selected by Giuliana Clemente

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Presence of midline cilia supersedes the expression of Lefty1 in forming the midline barrier during the establishment of left-right asymmetry

Natalia A Shylo, Dylan A Ramrattan, Scott D Weatherbee



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