Do nitric oxide, carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulfide really qualify as ‘gasotransmitters’ in bacteria?
Post-translational modification of nucleoid-associated proteins: an extra layer of functional modulation in bacteria?
The discovery of hydrogen bonds in DNA and a re-evaluation of the 1948 Creeth two-chain model for its structure
In this issue, Mahkoul et al. discuss the relationship between the architecture of the Golgi, the cytoskeleton and the regulation of signalling networks in the cytoplasm and nucleus. The cover image, provided by the authors, shows fluorescently labelled cells: actin (magenta), Golgi (red) late endosomes/lysosomes (green) and nucleus (blue). For further details see pages 1063–1072.