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  • RNA interference mediated by a Dicer isoform protects mammalian stem cells against RNA viruses.

    • Eytan Zlotorynski
    Research Highlight
  • Meng Wang discusses the importance of early studies that led to the discovery of genes that regulate longevity.

    • Meng C. Wang
    Journal Club
  • Izabela Sumara highlights the work by Beck and colleagues that identified a pathway for the biogenesis of nuclear pore complexes, which involves annulate lamellae and biomolecular condensates containing nucleoporins.

    • Izabela Sumara
    Journal Club
  • The pathogenicity of SARS-CoV-2 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) involves mechanisms of liquid–liquid phase separation, which can be explored as targets for new antiviral therapeutics.

    • Paulina Strzyz
    Research Highlight
  • Apoptotic hair follicle stem cells contribute to tissue regeneration by producing WNT3, which promotes cell proliferation, enlarging the stem cell pool.

    • Kim Baumann
    Research Highlight
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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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