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Spatio-temporal modeling of morphology and gene-expressions during C. elegans embryogenesis using a new imaging framework

@inproceedings{Henriksson2012SpatiotemporalMO,
  title={Spatio-temporal modeling of morphology and gene-expressions during C. elegans embryogenesis using a new imaging framework},
  author={Johan Henriksson},
  year={2012}
}
Many aspects of ontogenesis, the process whereby an organism develops from the fertilized egg to a grown adult, are still poorly understood, despite having been studied since Aristotle's time. The advent of modern biology with the sequencing of entire genomes and mapping of all genes offers the promise that one day we will understand how genes function to regulate cell division and differentiation. These advances offer new possibilities to solve the question that humanity has been asking since… 

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