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Killing tumor-associated bacteria with a liposomal antibiotic generates neoantigens that induce anti-tumor immune responses
Killing bacteria in tumors boosts survival in a mouse model of colon cancer.
- Menglin Wang
- Benoit Rousseau
Single-cell lineage capture across genomic modalities with CellTag-multi reveals fate-specific gene regulatory changes
Lineage tracing using both transcriptomics and chromatin accessibility provides mechanistic insights into cell fate.
- Kunal Jindal
- Mohd Tayyab Adil
- Samantha A. Morris
Dissecting key regulators of transcriptome kinetics through scalable single-cell RNA profiling of pooled CRISPR screens
mRNA kinetics are described by combining single-cell combinatorial indexing with metabolic labeling and pooled CRISPR screens.
- Andras Sziraki
Supervised discovery of interpretable gene programs from single-cell data
Spectra decomposes gene expression data into interpretable programs using prior knowledge.
- Russell Z. Kunes
- Thomas Walle
A DNA nanodevice for mapping sodium at single-organelle resolution
A probe reports absolute sodium levels in acidic organelles with single-organelle resolution.
- Koushambi Mitra
- Yamuna Krishnan
Identification of mobile genetic elements with geNomad
geNomad identifies mobile genetic elements in sequencing data.
- Antonio Pedro Camargo
- Nikos C. Kyrpides
Detection of transcriptome-wide microRNA–target interactions in single cells with agoTRIBE
Functional miRNA targets are identified transcriptome-wide in single cells.
- Vaishnovi Sekar
- Emilio Mármol-Sánchez
- Marc R. Friedländer
Detecting organelle-specific activity of potassium channels with a DNA nanodevice
A potassium activity reporter detects organelle-specific channel function.
- Palapuravan Anees
- Anand Saminathan
Translocation of linearized full-length proteins through an engineered nanopore under opposing electrophoretic force
An engineered nanopore translocates untagged full-length proteins by electroosmotic force.
- Adina Sauciuc
- Blasco Morozzo della Rocca
- Giovanni Maglia
Self-organizing models of human trunk organogenesis recapitulate spinal cord and spine co-morphogenesis
A patterned neural tube and somites in an embryonic context are generated in vitro.
- Simona Gribaudo
- Rémi Robert
- Stéphane Nedelec
Targeted genome editing with a DNA-dependent DNA polymerase and exogenous DNA-containing templates
A DNA polymerase editing system offers advantages over prime editing.
- Xiaolong Dong
- Erik J. Sontheimer
BugSigDB captures patterns of differential abundance across a broad range of host-associated microbial signatures
A database of microbial signatures is used for systematic comparison of differential abundance patterns.
- Ludwig Geistlinger
- Chloe Mirzayi
- Levi Waldron
Direct measurement of engineered cancer mutations and their transcriptional phenotypes in single cells
Engineered cancer mutations are linked with phenotypes in a multiplexed single-cell technology.
- Heon Seok Kim
- Susan M. Grimes
- Hanlee P. Ji
Quartet RNA reference materials improve the quality of transcriptomic data through ratio-based profiling
A new RNA reference set improves detection of differential expression in clinical settings.
- Yuanting Zheng
Protein remote homology detection and structural alignment using deep learning
Protein sequence and structural similarities in large databases are rapidly identified using machine learning.
- Tymor Hamamsy
- James T. Morton
- Richard Bonneau
Genotoxic effects of base and prime editing in human hematopoietic stem cells
Base and prime editors induce double-strand breaks, deletions and translocations in hematopoietic cells.
- Martina Fiumara
- Samuele Ferrari
- Luigi Naldini
Multi-omics data integration using ratio-based quantitative profiling with Quartet reference materials
Multi-omics data are readily integrated using quartet reference materials.
Integration of spatial and single-cell data across modalities with weakly linked features
MaxFuse enables data integration between modalities even when features are weakly correlated.
- Shuxiao Chen
- Zongming Ma
Spatial multimodal analysis of transcriptomes and metabolomes in tissues
Metabolites and RNA in a tissue section are profiled simultaneously.
- Marco Vicari
- Reza Mirzazadeh
- Joakim Lundeberg
Imaging brain tissue architecture across millimeter to nanometer scales
Mapping fixed brain samples with extracellular labeling and optical microscopy reveals synaptic connections.
- Julia M. Michalska
- Julia Lyudchik
- Johann G. Danzl
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