Andrej Košmrlj

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Asymmetric damage segregation (ADS) is a mechanism for increasing population fitness through non-random, asymmetric partitioning of damaged macromolecules at cell division. ADS has been reported across multiple organisms, though the measured effects on fitness of individuals are often small. Here, we introduce a cell-lineage-based framework that quantifies(More)
strain, leading to the formation of a periodic array of elongated, almost closed ellipses, as shown in Fig. 2D for 3 1⁄4 "0.21. Since the specimens are made of an elastomeric material, the process is fully reversible and repeatable. Upon release of the applied vertical displacement, the deformed structures recover their original congurations.(More)
Although DNA nanowires have proven useful as a template for fabricating functional nanomaterials and a platform for genetic analysis, their widespread use is still hindered because of limited control over the size, geometry, and alignment of the nanowires. Here, we document the capillarity-induced folding of an initially wrinkled surface and present an(More)
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