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Stages ouverts 2020-2021

M. Balland & T. Boudou A minimalistic tissue model to study morphogenesis
T. Boudou & G. Cappello Impact of compressive stress on engineered cancerous tissues
M. Balland Using cells and (...)

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A minimalistic tissue model to study morphogenesis

OBJECTIVE Morphogenesis involves finely regulated changes in tissue properties such as stiffness and motility. Central to tissue dynamics is the capacity of cells to stabilize or, on the (...)

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Impact of compressive stress on engineered cancerous tissues

CONTEXT Cancer tumors in vivo are mechanically constrained by their environments, which can impact their growth and/or invasiveness. This project aims at studying how compressive stress regulate (...)

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Using cells and protein micro patterns to mimic human crowds in controlled architecture

SUMMARY Active matter systems have are fascinating because they display universal features of emergent self-organization, spanning across multiple space and time scales. Living active matter is a (...)

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Self-sustained velocity waves and pattern emergence in tissues

OBJECTIVE The project aims at investigating the role of self-sustained velocity waves in the emergence of a supracellular organisation in a multicellular context.
CONTEXT Several recent works (...)

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