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    Trisomy 21 induces pericentrosomal crowding delaying primary ciliogenesis and mouse cerebellar development

    Cayla E Jewett, Bailey L McCurdy ... Chad G Pearson
    Trisomy 21, the genetic cause of Down syndrome, produces elevated centrosome protein levels reducing intracellular trafficking to and from the centrosome thereby delaying primary ciliogenesis, ciliary signaling, and mouse cerebellar development.
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    Kindlin-2 inhibits TNF/NF-κB-Caspase 8 pathway in hepatocytes to maintain liver development and function

    Huanqing Gao, Yiming Zhong ... Guozhi Xiao
    Biochemical and genetic approaches reveal how the focal adhesion protein kindlin-2 controls the liver development and homeostasis by reducing inflammation.
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    2. Neuroscience

    Inter-organ Wingless/Ror/Akt signaling regulates nutrient-dependent hyperarborization of somatosensory neurons

    Yasutetsu Kanaoka, Koun Onodera ... Yukako Hattori
    A muscle-derived Wnt signal promotes dendritic branching of somatosensory neurons in response to a concurrent deficiency in vitamins, minerals, and cholesterol.
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    2. Neuroscience

    Dermal appendage-dependent patterning of zebrafish atoh1a+ Merkel cells

    Tanya L Brown, Emma C Horton ... Jeffrey P Rasmussen
    1. Cell Biology
    2. Developmental Biology

    Ephrin-B1 regulates the adult diastolic function through a late postnatal maturation of cardiomyocyte surface crests

    Clement Karsenty, Celine Guilbeau-Frugier ... Celine Galés
    Eprhin B1 in the cardiomyocyte regulates the maturation of the adult surface crest architecture and of the diastolic function during a late postnatal stage in rodents.
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    2. Neuroscience

    Molecular characterization of cell types in the squid Loligo vulgaris

    Jules Duruz, Marta Sprecher ... Simon G Sprecher
    Single-cell transcriptomics correlated with in situ gene expression analysis provide an overview of the diversity and molecular features of cell types in the squid Loligo vulgaris.
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    2. Plant Biology

    The circadian clock controls temporal and spatial patterns of floral development in sunflower

    Carine M Marshall, Veronica L Thompson ... Stacey L Harmer
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    2. Genetics and Genomics

    Urotensin II-related peptides, Urp1 and Urp2, control zebrafish spine morphology

    Elizabeth A Bearce, Zoe H Irons ... Daniel T Grimes
    Urp1 and Urp2 peptides, expressed in CSF-contacting neurons in the spinal canal, prevent abnormal curvature of the zebrafish spine.