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Recent studies have identified a delivery service that operates in specialised cell appendages: two motor proteins and a novel protein organelle use axonemal microtubules as tracks to shuttle essential components to the tips of flagella and the dendrites of sensory neurons.
A nuclear receptor, the product of the dissatisfaction gene, has been found to regulate Drosophila sexual behaviour, probably via its action in a small subset of neurons. The results shed new light on the genetic determination of sexual behaviour.
A recent structural study of a double-stranded DNA bacteriophage has provided remarkable new insights into the assembly of a complex virus particle and ushers in a new era in the imaging of non-icosahedral viruses.
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