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Pal stabilises the bacterial outer membrane during constriction by a mobilisation-and-capture mechanism

Joanna Szczepaniak, Peter Holmes, Karthik Rajasekar, et al.



Selected by Hannah Behrens

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Variant antigen diversity in Trypanosoma vivax is not driven by recombination

Sara Silva Pereira, Kayo J. G. de Almeida Castilho Neto, Craig W. Duffy, et al.



Selected by Mariana De Niz

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The majority of histone acetylation is a consequence of transcription

Benjamin J.E. Martin, Julie Brind’Amour, Kristoffer N. Jensen, et al.



Selected by Gabriel Aughey

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Mechanotransduction of strain regulates an invasive phenotype in newly transformed epithelial cells

Sophie Chagnon-Lessard, Hubert Jean-Ruel, Michel Godin, et al.



Selected by William Hill

Ephrin-B1 blocks adult cardiomyocyte proliferation and heart regeneration

Marie Cauquil, Céline Mias, Céline Guilbeau-Frugier, et al.



Selected by Suraj Kannan

Ancient genomic regulatory blocks are a major source for gene deserts in vertebrates after whole genome duplications

María Touceda-Suárez, Elizabeth M. Kita, Rafael D. Acemel, et al.



Selected by Jesus Victorino

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Mitochondrial RNA granules are fluid condensates, positioned by membrane dynamics

Timo Rey, Sofia Zaganelli, Emilie Cuillery, et al.



Selected by Romain F. Laine

The nuclear to cytoplasmic ratio directly regulates zygotic transcription in Drosophila

Henry Wilky, Sahla Syed, João Raimundo, et al.



Selected by Jessica Xie

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EMBL Seeing is Believing – Imaging the Molecular Processes of Life

Preprints discussed at the 2019 edition of Seeing is Believing, at EMBL Heidelberg from the 9th-12th October 2019

 



List by Gautam Dey

Resolving kinesin stepping: one head at a time

Willi L. Stepp, Zeynep Ökten



Selected by Ben Craske, Gaetan Dias Mirandela, Thibault Legal and Toni McHugh

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Self-organised symmetry breaking in zebrafish reveals feedback from morphogenesis to pattern formation

Vikas Trivedi, Timothy Fulton, Andrea Attardi, et al.



Selected by Sundar Naganathan

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Mammalian Y RNAs are modified at discrete guanosine residues with N-glycans

Ryan A. Flynn, Benjamin A. H. Smith, Alex G. Johnson, et al.



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