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Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Defining the function of OmpA in the Rcs stress response
Kilian Dekoninck et al.
In vivo and in vitro approaches uncover a new function for the β-barrel OmpA and reveal how it interacts with the stress sensor lipoprotein RcsF.
Retinotectal circuitry of larval zebrafish is adapted to detection and pursuit of prey
Dominique Förster et al.
The retinotectal map in zebrafish exhibits location-specific, functional specializations to match prey object movement in the visual field during the hunting sequence.
Adrenergic activation modulates the signal from the Reissner fiber to cerebrospinal fluid-contacting neurons during development
Yasmine Cantaut-Belarif et al.
The Reissner fiber in the cerebrospinal fluid is required for a signal integrated by developing sensory neurons and modulated by catecholamines to control the embryo posterior axis morphogenesis.
Genetics and Genomics
Evolutionary dynamics of transposable elements in bdelloid rotifers
Reuben W Nowell et al.
An investigation of transposable element evolution in a group of long-term asexual animals shows that many of the predicted effects of asexuality are not observed.
Biochemistry and Chemical Biology
Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
Disease-related mutations in PI3Kγ disrupt regulatory C-terminal dynamics and reveal a path to selective inhibitors
Manoj K Rathinaswamy et al.
The c-terminus of PI3K plays a key role in regulating kinase activity, with c-terminal disease-linked mutations leading to either activation or inhibition, which reveal a path to specific inhibitors.
Physics of Living Systems
Co-movement of astral microtubules, organelles and F-actin by dynein and actomyosin forces in frog egg cytoplasm
James F Pelletier et al.
Live imaging of multiple cytoplasmic networks in frog egg extracts calls for new models for how egg cytoplasm is physically organized during cleavage divisions.
Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
Stem cell niche exit in
via orientation and segregation of daughter cells by a cryptic cell outside the niche
Kacy L Gordon et al.
A previously undetected dynamic cell structure orients the mitotic spindle of germ stem cells and grows over one daughter cell, thus helping to balance niche retention with niche exit.
Temporal selectivity declines in the aging human auditory cortex
Julia Erb et al.
The aged human auditory cortex shows preserved tonotopy, but temporal modulations are represented with a markedly broader tuning, highlighting decreased temporal selectivity as a hallmark of the aging auditory cortex.
Aberrant sorting of hippocampal complex pyramidal cells in type I lissencephaly alters topological innervation
James A D'Amour et al.
The loss of lamination in mammalian brain structures under cellular heterotopia carries with it non-uniform ramifications for the various components of the canonical CA1 microcircuitry.
Growth cone-localized microtubule organizing center establishes microtubule orientation in dendrites
Xing Liang et al.
, dendrites establish their unique microtubule polarity by localizing an organizing center behind the growing tip.
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