MBInsights Home Science Features News Awards Outreach Events Science Features How fish get their shape Sculpting of fish muscle requires genetic and mechanical information Written by Sruthi Jagannathan | December 2019 By investigating how chevron patterns [...]
How ligand geometry affects matrix connections and cell spreading
MBInsights Home Science Features News Awards Outreach Events Science Features Molecular controllers of stem cell mechanics How actin regulators interact closely to determine cortex architecture Written by Sruthi Jagannathan | Microscopy image provided by the Kanchanawong [...]
MBI scientists demonstrate how the phenomenon of force-induced stabilization of biomolecular complexes can be explained on a one-dimensional energy landscape by incorporating defined transition coordinates.
A recent study led by MBI graduate student Salma Jalal and Senior Research Fellow Tee Yee Han reveals differences in actin organization patterns observed in fibroblasts and epithelial cell subtypes.
The master switch that triggers the symmetry breaking process
Studying dormant biofilms in live worm hosts
How cells generate high forces for testing the softness of their environment
Focal adhesions in embryonic stem cells
Actomyosin corsets protect the epithelium
Environmental sensing through intracellular dynamics determines how cells migrate
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