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A. Martinez Arias Aug 26
2/3 The apparent separation between and, what we can call for short hand, the genetics of a tissue is common in ‘organoids’ see e.g and and needs to be addressed.
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F1000Prime Sep 5
Mathematical models of morphogenetic mechanisms: evidence that neuronal polarity plays a significant role in planarian (flatworm) regeneration.
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@HokeCSU Aug 27
Kicking off a grad seminar focused on Pere Alberch's and work this week. Any suggests for modern papers to pair with an Alberch classic?
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Dr Matt Benton Sep 9
Very happy to share our updated on the of formation/ I'll do a full story with the final article🤞 but here are some some of the revisions Apical cell constriction at the posterior pole of an embryo
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Payam Zahadat Aug 30
Our article is just published: "Toward a theory of collective resource distribution: a study of a dynamic morphogenesis controller"
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noztol Sep 16
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Ruth I Johnson Sep 11
Beautiful shapes and patterns of Asclepias incarnata and Helenium autumnal.
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patrick_lemaire Jan 12
Hurry up: only 3 days left to apply to the 2019 Montpellier Interdisciplinary Spring school on Animal and Plant !
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Campàs Lab Dec 7
If you are going to and are interested in cell shape, go visit the poster of our awesome graduate student Samhita Banavar ! She will tell you how cell coordinate growth and mechanics to build the cell.
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Geitmann Lab Sep 3
Artistic take on the leaf epidermis with its pavement cells and stomates on the journal cover of the September issue of . Beautiful artwork by The science behind the image:
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IBDM Jun 19
Tomorrow's internal seminar (Thursday, June 20th at 12h30, amphi 12) will be given by Jules Lavalou from the Lecuit group, who will give a talk entitled: "Toll receptors and GPCR signaling cooperate to control cell contractility during epithelial "
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Geitmann Lab Sep 6
How form shapes. Using microscopy we assessed spatial patterns of primary cell wall mechanical properties to add a piece to the puzzle. Commentary by Sidney L. Shaw:
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DNA&RNA Universe💎 Aug 26
Actin Filament Growth from star-shaped micropatterns Impressive, must-see 😮 *📽️taken by Anne C. Reymann during her in the Lab of Physics of Cytoskeleton and of the iRTSV / CEA
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Quo Artis Apr 17
💌, an journey consisting of the continuous transformation of fundamental geometrical patterns & using them as the building blocks of spaces through different planes of the & by .
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Aron Jaffe Dec 10
Amazing talk by in the and Symposium describing 3 new stories - EEC specification in the gut, organoids, and snake venom gland organoids (which make venom!)
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Dr Matt Benton Mar 15
I'm excited to share our latest work on the evolution of morphogenesis and tissue mechanics . We show that the Fog signaling pathway has essential roles in and in the beetle and other . About 6 years ago,
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Min Ya (Minya) Aug 13
I love the + idea so much! Already started to envision some // dances, UV vs. bright light floral costumes... and admit it, buzz pollination goes very well with speed metal songs in rock festivals 🤘🐝🤘
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Dr Matt Benton Jan 23
And, for the first time, this year will include transient expression fluorescent live imaging (with/without gene disruption) for studying as well as multiplex FISH to study tissue patterning (taught by yours truly)
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Leo Scheller May 31
Replying to @Scheller123
... research field with high potential in the long term. We may be far away from lab grown organs, but progress in receptor engineering now enables sophisticated systems for engineered cell communication with implications for patterning and synthetic .
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Bethan Lloyd-Lewis Jul 16
Our recent review on Notch signalling in cell fate and morphogenesis is now online!
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