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  • Torrino et al. show that the stiffness of the extracellular matrix regulates microtubule posttranslational modification via glutamylation, which impacts microtubule dynamics and cell invasiveness.

    • Paulina Strzyz
    Research Highlight
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20th Anniversary

20th Anniversary

NRMCB is 20! To mark this anniversary, we selected Review articles in 10 core areas of the journal. The Reviews are presented in pairs, an older and a more recent one, alongside 10 commissioned Journal Clubs — together the articles showcase developments and key discoveries in each research field.
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