Cell polarity and pattern formation

10 Jul 2018, 10:30
New Law School/--104 (University of Sydney)

New Law School/--104

University of Sydney



Cell polarity and pattern formation

  • Sungrim Seirin-Lee (Hiroshima University)


Pattern formation is an elegant system in developmental processes and spatial patterning at different scales (e.g., nucleus, cells, and tissues) plays important roles in determining the function or fate of cell and/or tissue. In particular, cell polarity is used for regulating cell migration, cell aggregation, or cell functions by creating a spatial patterning. In this minisymposium, we focus on spatial patterning and cell polarity that occurs at several scales in cells and tissue with both theoretical and experimental approaches, and show various mathematical approaches to understand pattern formation in the life sciences.

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