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Summary: A review of stem cell research on the brains of animals in Africa.


Summary: Euglenoids show great promise to benefit our world; as biofuels, robotics design simulators, anti-cancer and food nutritional agents, but the absence of reference genomes currently limit realizing these benefits.


Summary: We reveal and quantitatively assess a novel fork structure in focal adhesions using correlative fluorescence and electron microscopy

Summary: A method for relocalizing proteins from the Golgi or centrosomes to the mitochondria in Drosophila cells is used to investigate the affinities of these proteins for each other.

Summary: The regulation of NEDD1 phosphorylation at S411 is essential for the coordination of the centrosomal and acentrosomal microtubule nucleation pathways and spindle assembly in mitotic cells.

Summary: In contrast to previous mechanistic models about heterotypic cell competition, not all experimental conditions require PTP10D to eliminate polarity-deficient clones.

Summary: Two closely related extremophile fish species adapted to excrete urea display differential expression of ammonium transporter in gills.

Summary: We identified two phosphosites (S11 and S36) in the yeast centrosome component Spc110 from maternal origin and found that these phosphosites control timely cell cycle progression.

Summary:Drosophila hemocytes recognized disintegrated basement membrane of the LG tumors overexpressing MMP2 and stimulated ROS production to induce the anti-tumor peptides under innate immune pathway in the fat body.

Summary: After specific depletion of maternal cells in neonates using diphtheria toxin receptor transgenic mice, early activation of splenic T and natural killer cells was observed.

Summary: Penguins were trained to pair underwater sound with fish. Our results indicate that sounds may serve as important cues for diving penguins and other sea birds.


Summary: We introduce transgenic and software tools to measure tensions across the outer and inner nuclear envelope in mice. These tools facilitate our ability to test mechanotransduction hypotheses in vivo.



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