Cover ImageCover: Normal rat kidney epithelial cells (NRK-52E) on a surface pattern, immunostained for -tubulin (orange), -catenin (green) and DNA (blue). Microtubule arrays of edge cells are directed toward the pattern edge. See article by R. A. Desai et al. (pp. 905-911).Close Modal
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CELL SCIENCE AT A GLANCE
Mechanisms of biphasic insulin-granule exocytosis – roles of the cytoskeleton, small GTPases and SNARE proteins
Endocytosis of flotillin-1 and flotillin-2 is regulated by Fyn kinase
Mitochondrial diacylglycerol initiates protein-kinase-D1-mediated ROS signaling
KRAB zinc-finger proteins localise to novel KAP1-containing foci that are adjacent to PML nuclear bodies
TC10 controls human myofibril organization and is activated by the sarcomeric RhoGEF obscurin
In birds, profilin-2a is ubiquitously expressed and contributes to actin-based motility
Differential trafficking of Src, Lyn, Yes and Fyn is specified by the state of palmitoylation in the SH4 domain
The mammalian UPR boosts glycoprotein ERAD by suppressing the proteolytic downregulation of ER mannosidase I
The E3 ubiquitin ligase LNX1p80 promotes the removal of claudins from tight junctions in MDCK cells
The extracellular-matrix protein matrilin 2 participates in peripheral nerve regeneration
Three-dimensional electron microscopy reveals new details of membrane systems for Ca2+ signaling in the heart
The class I bHLH factors E2-2A and E2-2B regulate EMT
Distinct role of PLCβ3 in VEGF-mediated directional migration and vascular sprouting
An interaction network of the mammalian COP9 signalosome identifies Dda1 as a core subunit of multiple Cul4-based E3 ligases
Reprogramming to a muscle fate by fusion recapitulates differentiation
A common trafficking route for GLUT4 in cardiomyocytes in response to insulin, contraction and energy-status signalling
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