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    High-resolution secretory timeline from vesicle formation at the Golgi to fusion at the plasma membrane in S. cerevisiae

    Robert M Gingras, Abigail M Sulpizio ... Anthony Bretscher
    The first quantitative live-cell microscopy this work shows depicting the order of events preceding secretion in budding yeast.
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    Insulin sensitivity is preserved in mice made obese by feeding a high starch diet

    Amanda E Brandon, Lewin Small ... Gregory J Cooney
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    Unleashing a novel function of endonuclease G in mitochondrial genome instability

    Sumedha Dahal, Humaira Siddiqua ... Sathees C Raghavan
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    Kap-β2/Transportin mediates β-catenin nuclear transport in Wnt signaling

    Woong Y Hwang, Valentyna Kostiuk ... Mustafa K Khokha
    β-catenin, a key effector of the Wnt signaling pathway, is transported into the nucleus via a direct interaction between its PY-NLS and TNPO1 offering new potential targets for cancer therapeutics.
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    Crosshair, semi-automated targeting for electron microscopy with a motorised ultramicrotome

    Kimberly Meechan, Wei Guan ... Yannick Schwab
    A new method using a motorised ultramicrotome and open-source software allows semi-automatic targeting of regions of interest for electron microscopy.
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    Regulated degradation of the inner nuclear membrane protein SUN2 maintains nuclear envelope architecture and function

    Logesvaran Krshnan, Wingyan Skyla Siu ... Pedro Carvalho
    Biochemical and genetic approaches revealed a posttranslational mechanism controlling the abundance of SUN2, a critical nuclear envelope protein.
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    Real time, in vivo measurement of neuronal and peripheral clocks in Drosophila melanogaster

    Peter S Johnstone, Maite Ogueta ... Deniz Top
    Locally activatable bioluminescence (LABL) is a genetically encoded reporter that allows real time, in vivo measurement of distinct clocks in different cells and tissues in Drosophila.