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Author: Vladimir Benes

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    • developmental biology: 2,202 (rank: 460 out of 12,160)
    • evolutionary biology: 616 (rank: 6,686 (tie) out of 16,933)
    • genomics: 525 (rank: 22,473 (tie) out of 35,476)
    • immunology: 1,272 (rank: 1,472 (tie) out of 15,332)
    • microbiology: 1,412 (rank: 2,718 (tie) out of 32,981)

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Single-cell transcriptomics identifies CD44 as a new marker and regulator of haematopoietic stem cells development

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Emergence of stable coexistence in a complex microbial community through metabolic cooperation and spatio-temporal niche partitioning

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Unbiased classification of mosquito blood cells by single-cell genomics and high-content imaging

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Whole-body single-cell sequencing of the Platynereis larva reveals a subdivision into apical versus non-apical tissues

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Pre-existent adult sox10+ cardiomyocytes contribute to myocardial regeneration in the zebrafish

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Single cell tri-channel-processing reveals structural variation landscapes and complex rearrangement processes

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Host-dependent induction of disease tolerance to infection by tetracycline antibiotics

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Long-read only assembly of Drechmeria coniospora genomes reveals widespread chromosome plasticity and illustrates the limitations of current nanopore methods

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