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Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology contents November 2018 Volume 19 Number 11

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November 2018 Volume 19, Issue 11

Research Highlights
Reviews
Amendments & Corrections

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Research Highlights

Transcriptionally tailored break repair
Eytan Zlotorynski
p675 | doi:10.1038/s41580-018-0069-z
DNA double-strand breaks at active genes are repaired by a dedicated homologous recombination mechanism involving R-loop formation and RAD52 recruitment.
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Disordered interactions
Paulina Strzyz
pp676 - 677 | doi:10.1038/s41580-018-0061-7
Direct demonstration that mutations in intrinsically disordered regions modulate protein–protein interaction networks, which may cause disease.
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A(TR) checkpoint for S/G2 transition
Michelle Trenkmann
pp676 - 677 | doi:10.1038/s41580-018-0064-4
The kinase ATR senses the completion of DNA replication and controls the S/G2 cell-cycle transition.
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HATs off for the Lasker awardees
Paulina Strzyz
p677 | doi:10.1038/s41580-018-0065-3
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology congratulates the winners of the 2018 Lasker Foundation Awards.
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Reviews

To degrade or not to degrade: mechanisms and significance of endocytic recycling   
Peter J. Cullen & Florian Steinberg
pp679 - 696 | doi:10.1038/s41580-018-0053-7
Endocytosed membrane proteins can either be degraded in the lysosome or recycled back to the membrane. This decision, which has an impact on protein levels, spatial distribution and function, is controlled by recycling machineries at the endosome that recognize and segregate cargo destined for recycling, thereby preventing its degradation.
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Regulation of proteasome assembly and activity in health and disease   
Adrien Rousseau & Anne Bertolotti
pp697 - 712 | doi:10.1038/s41580-018-0040-z
Protein degradation by the proteasome is crucial for the control of many cellular processes, and defects in proteasomal degradation may lead to cancer and neurodegeneration. TOR complex 1 has a key role in regulating proteasome abundance and assembly and in integrating proteasomal activity with autophagy pathways and, more generally, cell physiology.
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Collection: Translation and protein quality control


The machineries, regulation and cellular functions of mitochondrial calcium   
Carlotta Giorgi, Saverio Marchi & Paolo Pinton
pp713 - 730 | doi:10.1038/s41580-018-0052-8
Uptake of Ca2+ ions by mitochondria regulates their functions and serves to buffer Ca2+ concentrations to maintain cellular Ca2+ homeostasis. Better understanding of the mechanisms, regulation and (patho)physiology of mitochondrial Ca2+ influx and efflux offers the possibility to target mitochondrial Ca2+ machineries for therapeutic benefit.
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Collection: Mitochondria


Linking cellular stress responses to systemic homeostasis   
Lorenzo Galluzzi, Takahiro Yamazaki & Guido Kroemer
pp731 - 745 | doi:10.1038/s41580-018-0068-0
Cellular stress responses primarily serve to rectify stress-associated damage. However, these responses are also coupled with the generation of various signals that are transmitted to the cellular microenvironments or even across tissues. This communication generally supports the maintenance of systemic homeostasis but can also result in pathology.
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Amendments & Corrections

Publisher Correction: The machineries, regulation and cellular functions of mitochondrial calcium   
Carlotta Giorgi, Saverio Marchi & Paolo Pinton
p746 | doi:10.1038/s41580-018-0066-2
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