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Summary: This Editorial discusses how significant advances in the field of blood disorders have translated to successful treatments, offering a path to translation for other fields as well.



Summary: This Review discusses approaches to deal with and reduce cellular heterogeneity in induced pluripotent stem cell-based studies, enabling experiments to be reproducible and meaningful.

Summary: Macrophages and neutrophils are distinct innate immune cells with diverse roles in diverse inflammatory contexts. Recent research in larval zebrafish using cell-specific depletion methods has revealed new insights into these cells' functions.


Summary: Colorectal cancer-derived liver metastases exacerbate cachexia, in line with activation of STAT3 signaling. STAT3 inhibition may improve cancer-associated muscle wasting.

Summary: This study reports that RIPK3 in macrophages and endothelial cells protects against atherosclerosis progression in mice, providing novel information about unexpected roles for RIPK3 in an inflammatory vascular disease.

Summary: This article shows, for the first time, that a synthetic vinyl-ether plasmalogen is orally bioavailable and bioactive in vivo following administration in animals.

Editor's choice: Hepatic Bscl2 ablation in adipose tissue-specific Bscl2 knockout mice does not cause metabolic dysfunction. CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing reveals that seipin does not play a cell-autonomous role in regulating hepatocyte lipid accumulation.

Summary: Misfolded α-synuclein produced using the protein misfolding cyclic amplification assay associates with cardiolipin and causes hyperactive respiration in neuronal cells.

Summary: Here, we evaluated the efficiency of different read-through agents in McArdle disease cell culture models, revealing that read-through compounds do not restore full-length muscle glycogen phosphorylase.


Summary: In this study, we validate transgenic zebrafish generated to specifically report the activity of ATF6, representing a major branch of the endoplasmic reticulum stress pathway with functions in development and disease.


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