Teije C Middelkoop
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Actomyosin-driven left-right asymmetry: from molecular torques to chiral self organization.
- S. Naganathan, Teije C Middelkoop, S. Fürthauer, S. Grill
- Biology, Medicine
- Current opinion in cell biology
- 1 February 2016
Chirality or mirror asymmetry is a common theme in biology found in organismal body plans, tissue patterns and even in individual cells. In many cases the emergence of chirality is driven by actin… Expand
Cell lineage-dependent chiral actomyosin flows drive cellular rearrangements in early Caenorhabditis elegans development
Proper positioning of cells is essential for many aspects of development. Daughter cell positions can be specified via orienting the cell division axis during cytokinesis. Rotatory actomyosin flows… Expand
Cell lineage-dependent chiral actomyosin flows drive cellular rearrangements in early development
Proper positioning of cells is important for many aspects of embryonic development, tissue homeostasis, and regeneration. A simple mechanism by which cell positions can be specified is via orienting… Expand