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Angiogenic morphogenesis driven by dynamic and heterogeneous collective endothelial cell movement
Angiogenesis is a complex process, which is accomplished by reiteration of modules such as sprouting, elongation and bifurcation, that configures branching vascular networks. However, details of the… Expand
Chemokine receptor CXCR3 facilitates CD8+ T cell differentiation into short-lived effector cells leading to memory degeneration
- M. Kurachi, Junko Kurachi, +8 authors K. Matsushima
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of experimental medicine
- 1 April 2011
CXCR3 regulates CD8+ T cell recruitment to sites of inflammation, thus dictating CD8+ T cell contraction and subsequent effector/memory cell fate.
MUTE Directly Orchestrates Cell-State Switch and the Single Symmetric Division to Create Stomata.
Precise cell division control is critical for developmental patterning. For the differentiation of a functional stoma, a cellular valve for efficient gas exchange, the single symmetric division of an… Expand
Claudins and JAM-A coordinately regulate tight junction formation and epithelial polarity
- Tetsuhisa Otani, Thanh Phuong Nguyen, +6 authors M. Furuse
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of cell biology
- 29 August 2019
Tight junctions (TJs) are a key component of barriers formed by polarized epithelial cells. Otani et al. found that the scaffolding proteins ZO-1/ZO-2 are essential for TJ formation and epithelial… Expand
Autonomy and Non-autonomy of Angiogenic Cell Movements Revealed by Experiment-Driven Mathematical Modeling.
Angiogenesis is a multicellular phenomenon driven by morphogenetic cell movements. We recently reported morphogenetic vascular endothelial cell (EC) behaviors to be dynamic and complex. However, the… Expand
Control system for the Khepera robot by a neural network with competition and cooperation
- K. Sugihara, M. Tabuse, T. Shinchi, T. Kitazoe
- Computer Science
- Artificial Life and Robotics
- 1 September 2001
This article describes a new approach to control systems for a mobile robot Khepera by using a neural network with competition and cooperation as the processing unit for the robot sensors. Expand
Poly Si TFTs Formed below 180°C Using Blue Laser Diode Annealing
Abstract 12680: Id1 May Spatiotemporally Regulate Endothelial Cell Movements Driving Angiogenesis
APPLICATION OF MONTE-CARLO SIMULATION TO DESIGN OF SAMPLER AND DETECTOR IN RADIATION MONITORING SYSTEM
Application of Monte-Carlo Simulation to Design of Sampler and Detector in Radiation Monitoring System