Basal extrusion drives cell invasion and mechanical stripping of E-cadherinby Fadul et al.

Kicking out oncogenic cells may promote the spread of tumours.

Selected by William Hill. Read the preLight here

Proteomic Studies Reveal Disrupted in Schizophrenia 1 as a Key Regulator Unifying Neurodevelopment and Synaptic Functionby Ramos et al.

One DISC to rule them all: DISC1 is a central regulator in a network of proteins involved in neurodevelopment and its disruption could segregate with risk of mental diseases.

Selected by Yasmin Lau. Read the preLight here

Reduced mitochondrial lipid oxidation leads to fat accumulation in myosteatosisby Gumucio et al.

Why do lipids accumulate following muscle injury? A multi-omics study points to mitochondrial and lipid metabolism dysfunction.

Selected by Pablo Ranea Robles. Read the preLight here

A non-canonical arm of UPRER mediates longevity through ER remodeling and lipophagyby Daniele et al.

A neuronal stress response mediates longevity via cross-tissue signalling and upregulation of lipophagy.

Selected by Sandra Malmgren Hill. Read the preLight here

Disrupting Transcriptional Feedback Yields an Escape-Resistant Antiviralby Chaturvedi et al.

Dr. Weinberger and colleagues create a new anti-viral drug modality that uses a 28 base pair piece of DNA to have the virus reduce its own progression without any sign of resistance.

Selected by Pavithran Ravindran. Read the preLight here

Stable knockout and complementation of receptor expression using in vitro cell line derived reticulocytes for dissection of host malaria invasion requirementsby Satchwell et al.

CRISPR meets red blood cells – a new model system to illuminate the roles of host proteins in malaria parasite invasion.

Selected by Alyson Smith. Read the preLight here

Unlimited genetic switches for cell-type specific manipulationby Garcia-Marques et al.

CaSSA: a new versatile system for intersectional gene expression enabling cell-type specific manipulations in vivo.

Selected by Rafael Almeida. Read the preLight here