Comparative study of non-invasive force and stress inference methods in tissue.

@article{Ishihara2013ComparativeSO,
  title={Comparative study of non-invasive force and stress inference methods in tissue.},
  author={Shuji Ishihara and Kaoru Sugimura and Simon J. Cox and Isabelle Bonnet and Yohanns Bella{\"i}che and F. Graner},
  journal={The European physical journal. E, Soft matter},
  year={2013},
  volume={36 4},
  pages={9859}
}
In the course of animal development, the shape of tissue emerges in part from mechanical and biochemical interactions between cells. Measuring stress in tissue is essential for studying morphogenesis and its physical constraints. For that purpose, a possible new approach is force inference (up to a single prefactor) from cell shapes and connectivity. It is non-invasive and can provide space-time maps of stress in a whole tissue, unlike existing methods. To validate this approach, three force… CONTINUE READING
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