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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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Distinct RhoGEFs activate apical and junctional actomyosin contractility under control of G proteins during epithelial morphogenesis

Alain Garcia De Las Bayonas, Jean-Marc Philippe, Annemarie C. Lellouch, et al.



Selected by Ivana Viktorinová

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A unicellular relative of animals generates an epithelium-like cell layer by actomyosin-dependent cellularization

Omaya Dudin, Andrej Ondracka, Xavier Grau-Bové, et al.



Selected by Paul Gerald L. Sanchez and Stefano Vianello

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The spindle assembly checkpoint functions during early development in non-chordate embryos

Janet Chenevert, Marianne Roca, Lydia Besnardeau, et al.



Selected by Maiko Kitaoka

Spreading of molecular mechanical perturbations on linear filaments

Zsombor Balassy, Anne-Marie Lauzon, Lennart Hilbert



Selected by Lars Hubatsch

Mutations in the Insulator Protein Suppressor of Hairy Wing Induce Genome Instability

Shih-Jui Hsu, Emily C. Stow, James R. Simmons, et al.



Selected by Maiko Kitaoka

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ATAT1-enriched vesicles promote microtubule acetylation via axonal transport

Aviel Even, Giovanni Morelli, Chiara Scaramuzzino, et al.



Selected by Stephen Royle

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Kinesin-6 Klp9 plays motor-dependent and -independent roles in collaboration with Kinesin-5 Cut7 and the microtubule crosslinker Ase1 in fission yeast

Masashi Yukawa, Masaki Okazaki, Yasuhiro Teratani, et al.



Selected by Imène Bouhlel

A pair of E3 ubiquitin ligases compete to regulate filopodial dynamics and axon guidance

Nicholas P Boyer, Laura E McCormick, Fabio L Urbina, et al.



Selected by Angika Basant

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Human Handedness: Genetics, microtubules, Neuropsychiatric Diseases and Brain Language Areas

Akira Wiberg, Gwenaelle Douaud, Michael Ng, et al.



Selected by Jose Guerrero

microtubules stabilize intercellular contractile force transmission during tissue folding



Selected by Ivana Viktorinová

Central spindle microtubules are strongly coupled to chromosomes during both anaphase A and anaphase B

Che-Hang Yu, Stefanie Redemann, Hai-Yin Wu, et al.



Selected by Federico Pelisch

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