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Summary: The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is a celebration of the achievements of female scientists, and a call to action for a culture shift in science.

PERSPECTIVE

Summary: Exploring genomics in sickle cell disease could identify new therapeutic targets, and will further our understanding of genetic risk and treatment of associated cardiovascular complications, such as stroke or kidney disease.

REVIEWS

Summary: CRISPR/Cas technology can effectively disrupt gene function by generating insertions and deletions, but precise gene editing remains challenging. Here, we discuss recent advances in this field.

Summary: We review mouse models of fragile X-related disorders and discuss their advantages, limitations and use as preclinical models, as well as assess the challenges that remain to improve the reproducibility and translational value of these models.

EDITOR'S CHOICE

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Summary: We provide evidence that a transient boost of actin–MRTF-A–SRF signaling activity by the cell–cell adhesion molecule P-cadherin could play a major role in pre-malignant disease development and progression.

Summary: Overproliferation of pre-chondrogenic cells carrying a somatic oncogenic mutation in AKT1 or PIK3CA cause a heterochronic shift in long bone formation and skeletal gigantism.

Summary: The molecular, neurobehavioral and organ system characterization of a rat model of Schaaf-Yang syndrome provides insight into the consequences of a truncating mutation in the imprinted gene Magel2.

Summary: Low HER2 expression promotes in vitro transformation in a 3D breast cancer model through widespread increase in chromatin accessibility and the acquisition of stem-like phenotype.

Summary: Patient-specific variants in NFU1/NFU-1 affect motility and movement in C. elegans due to aberrant cholinergic signaling, but variants have different effects on presynaptic and postsynaptic function.

Summary: Loss of Shp1 in zebrafish impairs neutrophil and macrophage function and results in severe inflammation and lethality during the larval stage.

REVIEW COMMONS TRANSFER

Editor's choice: A new class of antimalarials based on a N-[(4-hydroxychroman-4-yl)methyl]-sulphonamide scaffold potently prevents malaria parasite transmission to the mosquito by targeting the Plasmodium falciparum vacuole membrane protein Pfs16.

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