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Frontiers in biomolecular condensate research

Biomolecular condensation of macromolecules is an increasingly important concept in cell biology. Indeed, research on condensates touches on multiple areas of research, from biochemistry to biophysics and from organelles to cell polarity. We asked experts at the forefront of this field to comment on what excites them most regarding biomolecular condensation, as well as on current challenges, priorities and needs for the functional study of condensates.

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Correspondence to Christine Mayr, Tanja Mittag, T.-Y. Dora Tang, Wenyu Wen, Hong Zhang or Huaiying Zhang.

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Mayr, C., Mittag, T., Tang, TY.D. et al. Frontiers in biomolecular condensate research. Nat Cell Biol 25, 512–514 (2023).

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