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Epidemiology and Global Health
Human Biology and Medicine
Discovery proteomics in aging human skeletal muscle finds change in spliceosome, immunity, proteostasis and mitochondria
Ceereena Ubaida-Mohien et al.
The changes in the skeletal muscle proteome with age indicate the roots of the decline in muscle function with age.
During hippocampal inactivation, grid cells maintain synchrony, even when the grid pattern is lost
Noam Almog et al.
Grid cells lose their hexagonality during hippocampal inactivation, but maintain temporal and spatial synchrony between pairs of cells, implying that hippocampus does not determine phase relations between grid cells.
Computational and Systems Biology
Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
Self-assembling manifolds in single-cell RNA sequencing data
Alexander J Tarashansky et al.
An iterative self-assembling algorithm identifies the intrinsic structures in single-cell transcriptomic data and helps to discover new cell populations that are undetectable by existing methods.
Fog signaling has diverse roles in epithelial morphogenesis in insects
Matthew Alan Benton et al.
Fog signaling with a narrow morphogenetic role in
has a deeply conserved function in epithelial morphogenesis across insects.
Metabolic stress is a primary pathogenic event in transgenic
expressing pan-neuronal human amyloid beta
Emelyne Teo et al.
Metabolic defects following expression of Aβ1-42 in nematode neurons are partially caused by inactivation of alpha-ketoglutarate dehydrogenase and can be rescued by Metformin.
Implementation of an antibody characterization procedure and application to the major ALS/FTD disease gene C9ORF72
Carl Laflamme et al.
An easy-to-implement antibody validation pipeline addresses the reproducibility crisis resulting from the use of non-specific antibodies.
In vivo functional diversity of midbrain dopamine neurons within identified axonal projections
Navid Farassat et al.
Midbrain dopamine neurons function according to their axonal projections in the intact brain.
Immunology and Inflammation
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Complement and CD4
T cells drive context-specific corneal sensory neuropathy
Derek J Royer et al.
The complement pathway can contribute to corneal sensation loss and nerve damage during ocular surface inflammation.
Genetics and Genomics
NHR-14 loss of function couples intestinal iron uptake with innate immunity in
through PQM-1 signaling
Malini Rajan et al.
Nuclear receptor NHR-14 regulates the subcellular localization of the zinc transcription factor PQM-1 to coordinate innate immunity with iron sequestration during pathogen infection in
Genetics and Genomics
A scalable platform for the development of cell-type-specific viral drivers
Sinisa Hrvatin et al.
Highly paralleled functional evaluation of enhancer activity in single cells generates new cell-type-specific tools with broad medical and scientific applications.
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