Aggregation of biological particles under radial directional guidance.


Many biological environments display an almost radially-symmetric structure, allowing proteins, cells or animals to move in an oriented fashion. Motivated by specific examples of cell movement in tissues, pigment protein movement in pigment cells and animal movement near watering holes, we consider a class of radially-symmetric anisotropic diffusion… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jtbi.2017.05.039


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@article{Bica2017AggregationOB, title={Aggregation of biological particles under radial directional guidance.}, author={Ion Bica and Thomas Hillen and Kevin J. Painter}, journal={Journal of theoretical biology}, year={2017}, volume={427}, pages={77-89} }