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  • Glycoproteomics is coming of age, thanks to advances in instrumentation, experimental methodologies and computational search algorithms.

    • Arunima Singh
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  • Organoids generated by spatially organizing multiple cell types, called assembloids, will enable deeper insights into tissue function.

    • Nina Vogt
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  • Computational approaches help us explore complexities of the T cell receptor repertoire.

    • Madhura Mukhopadhyay
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  • Method development pushes the limit of completeness of genome sequences.

    • Lin Tang
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  • Prime editors enable different types of small mutations to be introduced into genomes.

    • Lei Tang
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  • Researchers are putting new spins on familiar dyes and showing their versatility for labeling living systems.

    • Rita Strack
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  • Behavioral analysis has come a long way from tedious manual annotation, and further strides in automation are expected.

    • Nina Vogt
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  • Synthetic approaches help to dissect the complexity of microbial interactions.

    • Lei Tang
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  • Tools are needed to study phase behaviors of membraneless compartments in living cells.

    • Lei Tang
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  • Engineered genome structure explores function.

    • Nicole Rusk
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