Volume 606 Issue 7916

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News Features

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Bacterial envelope built to a peptidoglycan tune p.866

How a bacterium coordinates the assembly of its outer layers, and couples the formation of this envelope to cell growth and division, is not fully understood. Assessing the role of peptidoglycan molecules provides some answers.

doi: 10.1038/d41586-022-01739-3

Mutation and tissue lineage lead to organ-specific cancer p.871

Cancer-promoting mutations tend to result in tumours arising only in certain organs, but the reasons for this specificity are not fully understood. The analysis of human kidney cancer provides clues to solving this mystery.

doi: 10.1038/d41586-022-01535-z