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Preventing a Genetic Crisis, piRNAs Learn New Tricks

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Uploaded on Dec 5, 2011

How do piRNAs learn to silence new transposons? By mating wild male flies with females from the lab, Bill Theurkauf discovers two distinct mechansims that prevent genomic instability.

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    Han et al video abstract.mov

  2. 212

    Deciphering Gene Expression Patterns

  3. 213

    Peluso et al.: Shaping a Morphogen Gradient

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    Endoderm formation: not so black and white anymore

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    Old Friends with a New Job

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    Developmental Cell Chhabra/Mikkola Video Abstract

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    Developmental Cell Gao/Krause Video Abstract

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    The scent of danger: A 70-year-old puzzle solved

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    Mutations in GlialCAM Can Cause the Leukodystrophy MLC

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    Developmental Cell Wagner PaperPick

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    Developmental Cell Thummel PaperPick

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    Andriankaja_Inzé Video Abstract

  13. 223

    Weber/DeSimone video abstract

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    Sabine/Petrova video abstract

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    Developmental Cell Roostalu/Strähle video abstract

  16. 226

    Glia Take Cannabis to Forget

  17. 227

    Restoring Reality Monitoring in Schizophrenia

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    Animation of the bioenergetics governing the mitochondrial electron-transport system

  19. 229

    A Mouse Model for Mitochondrial Deafness

  20. 230

    Risky Decisions: A Role for Rostrolateral PFC

  21. 231

    How Do Sex Hormones Control Behavior?

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    RGS4: A New Target for PD Therapy?

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    Membrane Tension Maintains a United Front

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    Node Assembly & Maintenance

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    Bubble templates in rats

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    NMDA Receptor Signaling Critical for Habit Formation

  27. Preventing a Genetic Crisis, piRNAs Learn New Tricks

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    Migrating Epithelial Cells Tracked by Computer Vision

  29. 239

    A myosin engineered to walk on microtubules shapes fission yeast cells

  30. 240

    Reprogramming Exploits a Chink in Polycomb's Armor

  31. 241

    DNA Loops Drive Digit Development

  32. 242

    Bruchpilot Acetylation Influences Active Zone Structure

  33. 243

    Triangulating the Bases of Guilt Aversion

  34. 244

    Variance as a Signature of Neural Computations

  35. 245

    Small neuronal Ensembles and Free Will

  36. 246

    Cues for Synapse Formation

  37. 247

    Network Oscillations and Information Flow

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    How we see black and white

  39. 249

    Network Organization of the Human Brain

  40. 250

    PINK1/Parkin Derails Damaged Mitochondria

  41. 251

    Endoderm Formation: Not So Black and White Anymore

  42. 252

    Deciphering Gene Expression Patterns

  43. 253

    Revitalizing Our View of Heart Development

  44. 254

    Not miRly a Knockout

  45. 255

    Transposon Silencing of Small RNAs

  46. 256

    Evolutionary Divergence in the Hedgehog Pathway

  47. 257

    Bombing My Mind

  48. 258

    When Genetic Instability Is a Good Thing

  49. 259

    Establishing Robust Left-Right Asymmetry in the Vertebrate Embryo

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    At the Right Time and at the Right Place: Control of Cytokinesis in Mammals

  51. 261

    A Sticky Wicket: Opposing Functions of p120-Catenin in Development and Cancer

  52. 262

    What Makes an Osteoclast Special?

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    Rethinking Embryonic Germ Layers

  54. 264

    Connecting the Dots: Linking Sirtuins and AMPK in Metabolism and Aging

  55. 265

    Differential Hippo Signaling in Early Mouse Embryos

  56. 266

    Guided by the Light: Neutrophil Migration through Zebrafish

  57. 267

    Blebs on the Move

  58. 268

    Understanding Kinetochore-Nucleated Microtubules

  59. 269

    Linking a Viral Protein to Plant MicroRNA Function and Development

  60. 270

    Another Reason to Eat Your Veggies

  61. 271

    Multisensory Plasticity in Mothers

  62. 272

    Portabella: A New Player in Neurotransmission

  63. 273

    Multiple Roles for Oligophrenin at the Synapse

  64. 274

    Endocytosis Promotes Dendrite Growth

  65. 275

    Wnt signaling in Frontotemporal Dementia

  66. 276

    Breaking Bcr-Abl Resistance

  67. 277

    Chivalrous insects

  68. 278

    Prediction Enhances Olfactory Processing

  69. 279

    New Model for Autism Treatment

  70. 280

    Bioluminescent millipedes

  71. 281

    Myc and Multiple Myeloma: Drugging the Undruggable

  72. 282

    A New Way to Make Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

  73. 283

    Cadherin Control of Dendrite Number

  74. 284

    How Does CaMKII Sense Specific Calcium Waves?

  75. 285

    POMC Neuron Heterogeneity

  76. 286

    Interferons—Provoking Distinct Signals through the Same Receptor

  77. 287

    Cytokinesis Swings into the Cell's Center

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    Nematode escape from fungal traps

  79. 289

    Abstract Category Learning

  80. 290

    Snakes on the DNA Plane

  81. 291

    Object Representations in Visual Agnosia

  82. 292

    Cav1 Shapes the Matrix to Guide Metastasis

  83. 293

    Cornstarch and the Metaphase Spindle - More Related than You Might Expect

  84. 294

    Bidirectional Transcription and Antisense Repression of ataxin-7

  85. 295

    Pessimism in honeybees

  86. 296

    Keeping Gray Hairs at Bay, Wnt Coordinates Color with Growth

  87. 297

    Neuronal Microcircuits Underlying Spatial Cognition

  88. 298

    Synapse Number Regulates Alcohol Sensitivity

  89. 299

    Malaria Channels Host Nutrients

  90. 300

    Simulation of the Clock and Wavefront Mechanism

  91. 301

    Sequential and Rhythmic Production of Somites

  92. 302

    Imaging Clock Oscillations in the Mouse Embryo

  93. 303

    Clock and Wavefront Model for Vertebrate Segmentation

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    Morph of Plant Embryo Development

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    A Free Lunch for Malaria

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    BRCA2 Bandages Stalled Forks

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    Mixing and matching floral traits

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    A Gene-by-Gene Guide to a Complex Organ

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    Extrinsic Cues in Neuronal Polarity

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