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Acquired interbacterial defense systems protect against interspecies antagonism in the human gut microbiome

Benjamin D. Ross, Adrian J. Verster, Matthew C. Radey, et al.



Selected by Connor Rosen

Old fibroblasts secrete inflammatory cytokines that drive variability in reprogramming efficiency and may affect wound healing between old individuals

Salah Mahmoudi, Elena Mancini, Alessandra Moore, et al.



Selected by Shikha Nayar

The Toll pathway inhibits tissue growth and regulates cell fitness in an infection-dependent manner

Federico Germani, Daniel Hain, Denise Sternlicht, et al.



Selected by Rohan Khadilkar

The landscape of antigen-specific T cells in human cancers

Bo Li, Longchao Liu, Jian Zhang, et al.



Selected by Rob Hynds

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The microbial basis of impaired wound healing: differential roles for pathogens, "bystanders", and strain-level diversification in clinical outcomes

Lindsay Kalan, Jacquelyn S Meisel, Michael A Loesche, et al.



Selected by Snehal Kadam

Precise tuning of gene expression output levels in mammalian cells

Yale S. Michaels, Mike B Barnkob, Hector Barbosa, et al.



Selected by Tim Fessenden

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Dynamic control of proinflammatory cytokines Il-1β and Tnf-α by macrophages is necessary for functional spinal cord regeneration in zebrafish

Themistoklis M. Tsarouchas, Daniel Wehner, Leonardo Cavone, et al.



Selected by Shikha Nayar

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A new calcium-activated dynein adaptor protein, CRACR2a, regulates clathrin-independent endocytic traffic in T cells

Yuxiao Wang, Walter Huynh, Taylor Skokan, et al.



Selected by Nicola Stevenson
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