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Dynamics of diffusive cell signaling relays

By Paul Dieterle and others at
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Cells can communicate with each other by emitting diffusible signaling molecules into the surrounding environment. However, simple diffusion is slow. Even small molecules take hours to diffuse millimeters away from their source, making it difficult for thousands of cells to coordinate their activity over millimeters, as happens routinely during development... Show more
December 4, 2020
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