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Ordered, Random, Monotonic, and Non-Monotonic Digital Nanodot Gradients

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Dec 10, 2013

Grant OngoDavid Juncker

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Cell navigation is directed by inhomogeneous distributions of extracellular cues. It is well known that noise plays a key role in biology and is present in naturally occurring gradients at the micro- and nanoscale, yet it has not been studied with gradients in vitro. Here, we introduce ...read more

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  • Ordered, Random, Monotonic, and Non-Monotonic Digital Nanodot Gradients

    bioRxiv

    Dec 10, 2013

    Grant OngoDavid Juncker

    PMID: 990001305

    DOI: 10.1101/001305

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    Cell navigation is directed by inhomogeneous distributions of extracellular cues. It is well known that noise plays a key role in biology and is present in naturally occurring gradients at the micro- and nanoscale, yet it has not been studied with gradients in vitro. Here, we introduce ...read more

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