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In Nature Communications, Rubinsztein and colleagues reveal that selective autophagy-mediated degradation of the Notch receptor in stem cells is important for normal differentiation. When autophagy is reduced, normal development of the mouse brain and gut is delayed.
Alan Warren will receive a FEBS National Lecture Award at the Austrian Society for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology annual meeting in September. These awards, established to commemorate the 40th anniversary of FEBS, recognize the achievements of distinguished scientists.