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Precisely control mitochondria with light to manipulate cell fate decision

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



Selected by Amberley Stephens, Amberley Stephens

High-throughput mapping of mesoscale connectomes in individual mice

Longwen Huang, Justus M Kebschull, Daniel Furth, et al.



Selected by Dena Goldblatt

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

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



Selected by Juan Quintana

Intestinal peroxisomal fatty acid β-oxidation regulates neural serotonin signaling through a feedback mechanism

Aude Bouagnon, Shubhi Srivastava, Oishika Panda, et al.



Selected by Pablo Ranea Robles

Actin chromobody imaging reveals sub-organellar actin dynamics

Cara Schiavon, Tong Zhang, Leonardo Andrade, et al.



Selected by Mariana De Niz

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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

Spastin tethers lipid droplets to peroxisomes and directs fatty acid trafficking through ESCRT-III

Chi-Lun Chang, Aubrey V. Weigel, Maria S. Ioannou, et al.



Selected by Pablo Ranea Robles

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The autophagic membrane tether ATG2A transfers lipids between membranes

Shintaro Maeda, Chinatsu Otomo, Takanori Otomo



Selected by Sandra Malmgren Hill

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LTK is an ER-resident receptor tyrosine kinase that regulates secretion

Federica G. Centonze, Veronika Reiterer, Karsten Nalbach, et al.



Selected by Nicola Stevenson

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Molecular Logic of Spinocerebellar Tract Neuron Diversity and Connectivity

Myungin Baek, Vilas Menon, Thomas Jessell, et al.



Selected by Yen-Chung Chen

In vivo glucose imaging in multiple model organisms with an engineered single-wavelength sensor

Jacob P. Keller, Jonathan S. Marvin, Haluk Lacin, et al.



Selected by Stephan Daetwyler

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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.



Selected by Chandra Shekhar Misra

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