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    1. Cell Biology
    2. Medicine

    Notch signaling functions in noncanonical juxtacrine manner in platelets to amplify thrombogenicity

    Susheel N Chaurasia, Mohammad Ekhlak ... Debabrata Dash
    1. Cell Biology

    Phosphoproteomic mapping reveals distinct signaling actions and activation of muscle protein synthesis by Isthmin-1

    Meng Zhao, Niels Banhos Dannieskiold-Samsøe ... Katrin J Svensson
    1. Cell Biology
    2. Genetics and Genomics

    Resurrecting essential amino acid biosynthesis in mammalian cells

    Julie Trolle, Ross M McBee ... Harris H Wang
    1. Cell Biology
    2. Neuroscience

    Keratinocyte PIEZO1 modulates cutaneous mechanosensation

    Alexander R Mikesell, Olena Isaeva ... Cheryl L Stucky
    Epidermal PIEZO1 is a key keratinocyte mechanotransducer which mediates normal behavioral and sensory neuron responses to cutaneous mechanical stimulation.
    1. Cell Biology
    2. Developmental Biology

    Fat2 polarizes the WAVE complex in trans to align cell protrusions for collective migration

    Audrey Miller Williams, Seth Donoughe ... Sally Horne-Badovinac
    1. Cell Biology

    PLK4 drives centriole amplification and apical surface area expansion in multiciliated cells

    Gina M LoMastro, Chelsea G Drown ... Andrew Jon Holland
    Genetically engineered mouse models show that PLK4 protein and kinase activity are essential for multiciliogenesis, demonstrating that the early steps of centriole assembly are conserved between cycling and multiciliated cells.

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    Utrecht University, Netherlands
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    California Institute of Technology, United States
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    The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology, Spain
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