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Communications Medicine has just turned one! Our editors and editorial board members have picked some of article highlights from our first year of publishing and we now invite you to read them in this collection. This collection also includes all Comment, Viewpoint, and Q&A articles published during our first year.
Our selected papers celebrate the diversity of our content across medicine, translational research and public health.
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Recent technological progress has facilitated the study of how embryos develop, how embryonic cells transition between different states, how adult stem cells are maintained and differentiate, at unprecedented resolution.