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The articles and book chapters that your community is reading, citing, and talking about will, inevitably, influence the research direction of the field. And that makes those articles and book chapters required reading for everyone in the field.

The articles and book chapters below are among the most downloaded, cited, and discussed on social media (as tracked by Altmetric). This is the recent work that your colleagues and collaborators are reading, and that means you should become familiar with it, too.

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Reconstruction and analysis of a large-scale binary Ras-effector signaling network

from the Journal Cell Communication and Signaling

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Melatonin drugs inhibit SARS-CoV-2 entry into the brain and virus-induced damage of cerebral small vessels

from the Journal Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences

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An intercellular transfer of telomeres rescues T cells from senescence and promotes long-term immunological memory

from the Journal Nature Cell Biology

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Building a Bioimage Analysis Workflow Using Deep Learning

from the Book Bioimage Data Analysis Workflows ‒ Advanced Components and Methods

Springer 20 px © Springer Nature 2020

Basic Digital Image Acquisition, Design, Processing, Analysis, Management, and Presentation

from the Book Principles of Light Microscopy: From Basic to Advanced

Springer 20 px © Springer Nature 2020

Wnt, GSK3, and Macropinocytosis

from the Book Macropinocytosis

Springer 20 px © Springer Nature 2020

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