Cover: Confocal image of an ovarian cancer cell expressing GFP–α5-integrin (green) and mCherry–CLIC3 (red), showing colocalisation of the lysosomal protein CLIC3 with integrin destined for recycling from this intracellular compartment back to the plasma membrane. See article by R. E. Bridgewater et al. (pp. 3695–3701).
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CELL SCIENCE AT A GLANCE
Binding of dynein intermediate chain 2 to paxillin controls focal adhesion dynamics and migration
The actin family member Arp6 and the histone variant H2A.Z are required for spatial positioning of chromatin in chicken cell nuclei
Novel NEDD1 phosphorylation sites regulate γ-tubulin binding and mitotic spindle assembly
Relay of retrograde synaptogenic signals through axonal transport of BMP receptors
Impact of substrate elasticity on human hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell adhesion and motility
Splice variants of the P2X7 receptor reveal differential agonist dependence and functional coupling with pannexin-1
CKIP-1 regulates mammalian and zebrafish myoblast fusion
The PDZ-GEF protein Dizzy regulates the establishment of adherens junctions required for ventral furrow formation in Drosophila
Regulation of integrin endocytic recycling and chemotactic cell migration by syntaxin 6 and VAMP3 interaction
Bud4 mediates the cell-type-specific assembly of the axial landmark in budding yeast
Cylindrical cellular geometry ensures fidelity of division site placement in fission yeast
Filamin A controls matrix metalloproteinase activity and regulates cell invasion in human fibrosarcoma cells
Heterocomplex formation by Arp4 and β-actin is involved in the integrity of the Brg1 chromatin remodeling complex
The phosphatase of regenerating liver 3 (PRL-3) promotes cell migration through Arf-activity-dependent stimulation of integrin α5 recycling
Dual function of the UNC-45b chaperone with myosin and GATA4 in cardiac development
A FAP46 mutant provides new insights into the function and assembly of the C1d complex of the ciliary central apparatus
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Type II phosphatidylinositol 4-kinase regulates trafficking of secretory granule proteins in Drosophila
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