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Volume 16 Issue 11, November 2019

Winner of the 2019 Nikon Small World photomicrography contest.

Fluorescence image of a turtle embryo. This image was the winner of the 2019 Nikon Small World photomicrography contest.

Image: Teresa Zgoda and Teresa Kugler. Cover design: Erin DeWalt

Editorial

  • This month, we celebrate the visual beauty of scientific images and drawings.

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This Month

  • Growing up curious in the countryside leads to tools for manipulating endogenous proteins.

    • Vivien Marx
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Comment

  • The growth of advanced, custom microscopy has outpaced commercialization, with biologists unable to benefit from these developments. We propose a complementary model for access based on shareable, traveling and configurable microscopes, with potential benefits for biologists, developers and the community.

    • Rory M. Power
    • Jan Huisken
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Analysis

  • One third of verified gene knock outs with CRISPR still show residual protein expression owing to translation reinitiation or exon skipping. Several proteins are still functional. The authors call for a systematic analysis of protein levels after genome editing.

    • Arne H. Smits
    • Frederik Ziebell
    • Wolfgang Huber

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