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31 OctCircular RNAs (circRNAs)25 Aug

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circRNAs are noncoding RNAs with a unique closed circular structure, resembling an RNA plasmid. This circularity makes them more stable than most RNAs, which typically degrade quickly due to their exposed ends. circRNAs function as regulatory molecules, often binding to other regulatory RNAs like microRNAs, effectively soaking them up and reducing their impact.

The feature explores research on circRNAs, focusing on key questions such as:

- How are circRNAs detected in RNA datasets?
- How can researchers distinguish their effects from linear RNAs?
- What methods are used to synthesize circRNAs for study?
21 NovSpatial Biology9 Sep

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Before single-cell technologies like single-cell RNA sequencing, researchers used bulk methods to study genes and proteins, which blurred distinctions between cells in a sample. While single-cell methods resolved these distinctions, they required cell removal from tissues, losing spatial context.

Spatial techniques now offer nearly single-cell resolution while preserving tissue context. Methods like Visium and MERFISH for gene expression, and imaging mass cytometry for proteins, allow researchers to study how the arrangement of cells in a tissue affects its biology. They can also identify disease signatures, such as those in cancer, and use these datasets to train AI systems to derive or infer information from spatial patterns.
28 NovMicrobes in Space18 Sep

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This feature explores the potential of microbes in space exploration, such as for synthesizing medicines and food, bioremediation, or extracting valuable materials, reducing the need to transport these from Earth.

The focus is on both the intended applications and the practical aspects of using microbes in space. This involves tackling questions like how to cultivate microbes in space and how to work with them in a zero-gravity environment.

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