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Using a robotic fish to investigate individual differences in social responsiveness in the guppy

David Bierbach, Tim Landgraf, Pawel Romanczuk, et al.



Selected by Rasmus Ern

Human macrophages survive and adopt activated genotypes in living zebrafish

Colin D. Paul, Alexus Devine, Kevin Bishop, et al.



Selected by Giuliana Clemente

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Genetic compensation is triggered by mutant mRNA degradation

Mohamed El-Brolosy, Andrea Rossi, Zacharias Kontarakis, et al.



Selected by Andreas van Impel

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Cellular Crowding Influences Extrusion and Proliferation to Facilitate Epithelial Tissue Repair

Jovany Jeomar Franco, Youmna Maryline Atieh, Chase Dallas Bryan, et al.



Selected by Helen Weavers

A non-cell autonomous actin redistribution enables isotropic retinal growth

Marija Matejcic, Guillaume Salbreux, Caren Norden



Selected by Yara E. Sánchez Corrales

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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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Cancer modeling by Transgene Electroporation in Adult Zebrafish (TEAZ)

Scott J Callahan, Stephanie Tepan, Yan M Zhang, et al.



Selected by Hannah Brunsdon

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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

Spatial Self-Organization Resolves Conflicts Between Individuality and Collective Migration

Xiongfei Fu, Setsu Kato, Junjiajia Long, et al.



Selected by Amanda Haage

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Neuregulin-1 exerts molecular control over axolotl lung regeneration through ErbB family receptors

Tyler B Jensen, Peter Giunta, Natalie Grace Schulz, et al.



Selected by Alberto Rosello-Diez

Tissue flow induces cell shape changes during organogenesis

Gonca Erdemci-Tandogan, Madeline J.Clark, Jeffrey D. Amack, et al.



Selected by Jacky G. Goetz

Genetically regulated human NODAL splice variants are differentially post-transcriptionally processed and functionally distinct

Scott D Findlay, Olena Bilyk, Kiefer Lypka, et al.



Selected by Pierre Osteil
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