A review on modelling to explain cellular asymmetries


In order to regulate various cellular functions and to specify cell fate, cells must achieve highly ordered molecular patterns. In the Caenorhabditis elegans one-cell embryo, protein asymmetries are established in the narrow time window of a cell division, thus challenging our understanding of the underlying mechanisms.


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To discover how mathematical and computational models can advance our understanding of cellular asymmetries in the one-cell C. elegans embryo, download their recent review published in the Trends in Cell Biology.


18 Aug 2023