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 ====== Andrew Callan-Jones ====== ====== Andrew Callan-Jones ======
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 **Laboratoire Matière et Systèmes Complexes/ Université Paris-Diderot** \\ **Laboratoire Matière et Systèmes Complexes/ Université Paris-Diderot** \\
 Bâtiment Condorcet, Office 769A\\ Bâtiment Condorcet, Office 769A\\
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 " (Phys. Rev. Lett.)]]\\ Using a minimal model that describes the cell cortex as a thin layer of contractile active gel, we show that the anisotropy of active stresses, controlled by cortical viscosity and filament ordering, can account for polarized zebrafish cell shapes. | " (Phys. Rev. Lett.)]]\\ Using a minimal model that describes the cell cortex as a thin layer of contractile active gel, we show that the anisotropy of active stresses, controlled by cortical viscosity and filament ordering, can account for polarized zebrafish cell shapes. |
 | {{ ::​cellpolariz_substraterigidity2.png?​nolink&​500 |}} | [[http://​www.nature.com/​articles/​ncomms8525|"​Adaptive rheology and ordering of cell cytoskeleton govern matrix rigidity sensing"​ (Nat. Commun.)]]\\ Matrix rigidity sensing regulates a variety of cellular processes, with implications for tissue development. We find that increasing substrate stiffness triggers actin cytoskeletal remodelling:​ theory and experiment reveal an isotropic to nematic transition of actin stress fibers, and a transition from viscous to elastic rheology.| | {{ ::​cellpolariz_substraterigidity2.png?​nolink&​500 |}} | [[http://​www.nature.com/​articles/​ncomms8525|"​Adaptive rheology and ordering of cell cytoskeleton govern matrix rigidity sensing"​ (Nat. Commun.)]]\\ Matrix rigidity sensing regulates a variety of cellular processes, with implications for tissue development. We find that increasing substrate stiffness triggers actin cytoskeletal remodelling:​ theory and experiment reveal an isotropic to nematic transition of actin stress fibers, and a transition from viscous to elastic rheology.|
-| {{ ::cellfragment.png?​nolink&​250 |}} | [[http://​journals.aps.org/​prl/​abstract/​10.1103/​PhysRevLett.100.258106|"​Viscous-Fingering-Like Instability of Cell Fragments"​ (Phys. Rev. Lett.)]]\\ We found a novel flow instability that can arise in thin films of cytoskeletal fluids if the friction with the substrate is sufficiently strong. This mechanism could be relevant to cell polarization preceding 2D migration.|+| {{ ::cellfragment2.png?​nolink&​300 }} | [[http://​journals.aps.org/​prl/​abstract/​10.1103/​PhysRevLett.100.258106|"​Viscous-Fingering-Like Instability of Cell Fragments"​ (Phys. Rev. Lett.)]]\\ We found a novel flow instability that can arise in thin films of cytoskeletal fluids if the friction with the substrate is sufficiently strong. This mechanism could be relevant to cell polarization preceding 2D migration.|
 |@lightgreen:​**Cell motility under confinement**|| |@lightgreen:​**Cell motility under confinement**||
 | {{ ::​confined_hela.png?​nolink&​300 |}} | [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1016/​j.cell.2015.01.007|"​Confinement and Low Adhesion Induce Fast Amoeboid Migration of Slow Mesenchymal Cells" (Cell)]]\\ We show that in low adhesion but high confinement conditions, mesenchymal cells spontaneously transform to an amoeboid migration mode.| | {{ ::​confined_hela.png?​nolink&​300 |}} | [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1016/​j.cell.2015.01.007|"​Confinement and Low Adhesion Induce Fast Amoeboid Migration of Slow Mesenchymal Cells" (Cell)]]\\ We show that in low adhesion but high confinement conditions, mesenchymal cells spontaneously transform to an amoeboid migration mode.|
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