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A SoxB gene acts as an anterior gap gene and regulates posterior segment addition in the spider Parasteatoda tepidariorum

Christian L. B. Paese, Anna Schoenauer, Daniel J. Leite, et al.



Selected by Erik Clark

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Germ layer specific regulation of cell polarity and adhesion gives insight into the evolution of mesoderm.

Miguel Salinas-Saavedra, Amber Q. Rock, Mark Q. Martindale



Selected by ClaireS & SophieM

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Wnt/β-catenin regulates an ancient signaling network during zebrafish scale development

Andrew J Aman, Alexis N Fulbright, David M Parichy



Selected by Andreas van Impel

Bacteriophage cooperation suppresses CRISPR-Cas3 and Cas9 immunity

Adair L Borges, Jenny Y Zhang, MaryClare Rollins, et al.

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Anti-CRISPR phages cooperate to overcome CRISPR-Cas immunity

Mariann Landsberger, Sylvain Gandon, Sean Meaden, et al.



Selected by Fillip Port

Dynamic Kinetochore Size Regulation Promotes Microtubule Capture And Chromosome Biorientation In Mitosis

Carlos Sacristan, Misbha Ahmad, Jenny Keller, et al.

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Self-assembly of the RZZ complex into filaments drives kinetochore expansion in the absence of microtubule attachment

Cláudia Pereira, Rita M Reis, José B Gama, et al.



Selected by Gautam Dey

Individual- and population-level drivers of consistent foraging success across environments

Lysanne Snijders, Ralf HJM Kurvers, Stefan Krause, et al.



Selected by Rasmus Ern

The ancestral animal genetic toolkit revealed by diverse choanoflagellate transcriptomes

Daniel Richter, Parinaz Fozouni, Michael Eisen, et al.



Selected by Rafael Galupa

Genome-wide selection scans integrated with association mapping reveal mechanisms of physiological adaptation across a salinity gradient in killifish

Reid S. Brennan, Timothy M. Healy, Heather J. Bryant, et al.



Selected by Andy Turko
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