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    1. Immunology

    B cell activation involves nanoscale receptor reorganizations and inside-out signaling by Syk

    Kathrin Kläsener et al.
    Studying the earliest events in B cell activation reveals that the B cell antigen receptor is opened and activated via the phosphorylation and binding by the spleen tyrosine kinase (Syk).
    1. Biophysics and Structural Biology
    2. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

    Structure of bacterial cytoplasmic chemoreceptor arrays and implications for chemotactic signaling

    Ariane Briegel et al.
    Bacterial cytoplasmic chemoreceptors assemble into a sandwich of two hexagonally packed arrays.
    1. Cell Biology
    2. Immunology

    Epidermal barrier defects link atopic dermatitis with altered skin cancer susceptibility

    Sara Cipolat et al.
    A mouse model of atopic dermatitis provides mechanistic evidence for an association between allergic disease and skin cancer.
    1. Biophysics and Structural Biology
    2. Cell Biology

    The influence of dynein processivity control, MAPs, and microtubule ends on directional movement of a localising mRNA

    Harish Chandra Soundararajan, Simon L Bullock
    In vitro reconstitution of mRNA motility reveals the basis of directionally biased motion by groups of motors, their response to potential obstacles, and the consequences of reaching microtubule ends.
    1. Cell Biology

    A sphingolipid-dependent diffusion barrier confines ER stress to the yeast mother cell

    Lori Clay et al.
    Sphingolipids govern the compartmentalization of yeast cells through the assembly of lateral diffusion barriers in ER membranes.
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