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    Tropomodulin1 (green) is required for the regular hexagonal packing of mouse lens fiber cells, binding to a sub population of F-actin (red) that connects a spectrin-based network underlying the cell membranes. See page 915.

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ISSN 0021-9525
EISSN 1540-8140
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Small GTPase supports dense core vesicle maturation in worm neurons.

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Cheeseman is looking forward to a new era of research on chromosome segregation.

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CHOP turns on ERO1-α to release calcium via IP3R and trigger cell death in response to ER stress.

The soluble and membrane-anchored isoforms of Mgm1 are only active when they work together (in trans).

Brain-specific Drp1 knockout mice demonstrate that Drp1-mediated organelle division is important for development, mitochondrial morphogenesis, and apoptosis.

CK1 puts the brakes on dynein activity when added to purified axonemes in vitro, presumably to regulate how flagella bend.

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Nonspecific forces, in addition to biophysical properties, lead to the careful arrangement of chromosomes in the nucleus.

The epigenetic mark indicative of DNA UV damage or double-strand breaks is achieved via a common pathway regardless of the cause of damage.

The step by step assembly process from preribosome in the nucleus to translation-competent 60S ribosome subunit in the cytoplasm is revealed (also see Kemmler et al. in this issue).

The step by step assembly process from preribosome in the nucleus to translation-competent 60S ribosome subunit in the cytoplasm is revealed (also see Lo et al. in this issue).

Uncoordinated movement in Rab2 mutants is caused by impaired retention of cargo on dense core vesicles, not by defective synaptic vesicle release. (Also see the companion article by Sumakovic et al. in this issue.)

Uncoordinated movement in Rab2 mutants is caused by impaired retention of cargo on dense core vesicles, not by defective synaptic vesicle release. (Also see the companion article by Edwards et al. in this issue.)

The spectrin–actin network is disrupted in Tmod1 mutants, disturbing fiber cell morphology, and disordering lens cell organization.

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