Chemotaxis-based sorting of self-organizing heterotypic agents

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Cell sorting is a fundamental phenomenon in morphogenesis, which is the process that leads to shape formation in living organisms. The sorting of heterotypic cell populations is produced by a variety of inter-cellular actions, e.g. differential chemotactic response, adhesion and motility. Via a process called chemotaxis, living cells respond to chemicals… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1774088.1774370

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@inproceedings{Eyiyurekli2010ChemotaxisbasedSO, title={Chemotaxis-based sorting of self-organizing heterotypic agents}, author={Manolya Eyiyurekli and Linge Bai and Peter I. Lelkes and David E. Breen}, booktitle={SAC}, year={2010} }