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Recent work shows coordinated growth of three distinct epithelial niches and a functional role for glutamate transporter SLC1A3 in activation of stem and progenitor cells.
Non-cell-autonomous budding of mitotic cells from an epithelium suggests how structural centrosome alterations might cause dissemination of metastatic cells.
Stem and progenitor cell proliferation is synchronized over distinct compartments in the skin and controlled by SLC1A3 during postnatal epidermal development.
Decreased adherence and increased stiffness of cells overexpressing centrosomal ninein-like protein causes dissemination of wild-type cells undergoing mitosis from mosaic epithelia.
Neuronal membrane expansion required for neurite outgrowth upon synaptic stimulation involves concomitant upregulation of glucose uptake and metabolism, supporting lipid biosynthesis.
Checkpoint activation upon replication-blocking lesions originates from Exo1-processed daughter-strand gaps and Rad9 signaling, distinguishing it from Mrc1-dependent responses to replisome-inherent problems.
Contact-mediated stringent response activation provides an alternative bet-hedging strategy for antibiotic tolerance at high cell-densities.
Phosphatidylcholine-flipping at the plasma membrane can induce inward membrane curvature and membrane tubule formation upon recruitment of BAR domains to the plasma membrane.
Direct interaction of the actin regulator formin with a patronin/CAMSAP-family microtubule-binding protein in C. elegans reveals an unexpected role of patronin in actin cytoskeleton remodeling during vesicle transport.
Endosomal uptake and sorting affect male mating behaviour in Caenorhabditis elegans by regulating ciliary membrane dynamics and the localization of polycystic kidney disease-associated factor polycystin-2 in sensory cilia.