Sorting nexin 27 rescues neuroligin 2 from lysosomal degradation to control inhibitory synapse number
Validation of anti-glucocerebrosidase antibodies for western blot analysis on protein lysates of murine and human cells
The peroxisomal zebrafish SCP2-thiolase (type-1) is a weak transient dimer as revealed by crystal structures and native mass spectrometry
Elevated hypertrophy, growth plate maturation, glycosaminoglycan deposition, and exostosis formation in the Hspg2 exon 3 null mouse intervertebral disc
In this issue, Kiema et al. (pp 307–332) use high resolution crystal structures and native mass spectrometry to investigate sterol carrier protein-2-thiolase (type 1) in zebrafish and demonstrate that it acts as a weak transient dimer in solution. The cover image shows the properties of the dimer interface surface. The image was supplied by Rik K. Wierenga.