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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 theExpand
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Chemokine receptor CXCR3 facilitates CD8+ T cell differentiation into short-lived effector cells leading to memory degeneration
CXCR3 regulates CD8+ T cell recruitment to sites of inflammation, thus dictating CD8+ T cell contraction and subsequent effector/memory cell fate.
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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 anExpand
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Claudins and JAM-A coordinately regulate tight junction formation and epithelial polarity
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 epithelialExpand
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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, theExpand
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Control system for the Khepera robot by a neural network with competition and cooperation
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
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Poly Si TFTs Formed below 180°C Using Blue Laser Diode Annealing
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