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    Retinoic acid-induced protein 14 controls dendritic spine dynamics associated with depressive-like behaviors

    Soo Jeong Kim et al.
    Rai14-Tara complex enhances the stability of dendritic spines and synaptic connections relevant to depressive-like behaviors.
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    Intrinsic excitability mechanisms of neuronal ensemble formation

    Tzitzitlini Alejandre-García et al.
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    Condensation of Ede1 promotes the initiation of endocytosis

    Mateusz Kozak, Marko Kaksonen
    Protein phase separation provides an explanation for the compositional flexibility of endocytic initiation and the role of multivalent disordered scaffolds in endocytosis.
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    A tRNA processing enzyme is a key regulator of the mitochondrial unfolded protein response

    James P Held et al.
    A key role for RNAs in sensing and mounting a response to mitochondrial stress.
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    2. Neuroscience

    Long-range migration of centrioles to the apical surface of the olfactory epithelium

    Kaitlin Ching et al.
    Olfactory sensory neurons have centrioles that are amplified in number and that migrate from the cell body to the end of the dendrite relatively slowly and in groups, becoming mature only after they reach their destination.
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    Measurements and simulations of microtubule growth imply strong longitudinal interactions and reveal a role for GDP on the elongating end

    Joseph M Cleary et al.
    State-of-the-art measurements of microtubule growth combined with computational models provide new insights into the molecular mechanisms underlying microtubule elongation, including a role for GDP on the growing microtubule end.
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    Discovery and functional assessment of a novel adipocyte population driven by intracellular Wnt/β-catenin signaling in mammals

    Zhi Liu et al.
    A novel population of adipocytes that play essential roles in adaptive thermogenesis via cell autonomous and non-autonomous effects and regulate systemic glucose metabolism in mice.
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    Concerted modification of nucleotides at functional centers of the ribosome revealed by single-molecule RNA modification profiling

    Andrew D Bailey et al.
    A method enabling identification of more than 100 RNA modifications in single ribosomal RNA molecules uncovers new classes of modified ribosomes.
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    Rapid adaptation of endocytosis, exocytosis, and eisosomes after an acute increase in membrane tension in yeast cells

    Joël Lemière et al.
    Within minutes after an abrupt increase in membrane tension, yeast cells reduce their membrane tension by modulating their rate of endocytosis and exocytosis, and adapt their endocytic actin machinery.