TISSUE MORPHODYNAMICS LABORATORY
 
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Princeton Art of Science Competition

Browsings, Science, May 29, 2009. [pdf]

     
    Tomlinson B. Exploring how tissues grow. Princeton Alumni Weekly (PAW), October 8, 2008. [pdf]
     
  LeBeyec J., Xu R., MoonLee S.Y., Nelson C.M., Rizki A., Alcaraz J., & Bissell M.J. (2007) Cell shape regulates global histone acetylation in human mammary epithelial cells. Exp. Cell Res., 313: 3066-3075. [pdf]
    Highlights, Exp. Cell Res., Aug. 15, 2007. [pdf]
     
  Nelson C.M., VanDuijn M.M., Inman J.L., Fletcher D.A., & Bissell M.J. (2006) Tissue geometry determines sites of mammary branching morphogenesis in organotypic cultures. Science, 314: 298-300. [pdf] [supp]
    Lee W.C. & Davies J.A. (2007) Epithelial branching: the power of self-loathing. BioEssays 29: 205-207. [pdf]
   

Faculty of 1000 evaluations:
http://www.f1000biology.com/article/id/1047682/evaluation [pdf]

    Yarris L. Tissue geometry plays crucial role in breast cell invasion. Research News Berkeley Lab, Oct. 12, 2006. [pdf]
    Vogel G. (2006) How developing organs do the splits. ScienceNOW, 1012: 2. [pdf]
    McCarthy N. (2006) Tissue morphology: Branching out. Nat. Rev. Cancer, 6: 829. [pdf]
    Hayes S. (2006) Shaped to split. Nat. Cell Biol., 8: 1325. [pdf]
    Lu A. (2006) Researchers make progress in breast cells study. The Daily Californian, Oct. 26, 2006. [pdf]
     
  Nelson C.M., Jean J.P., Tan J.L., Liu W.F., Sniadecki N.J., Spector A.A., & Chen C.S. (2005) Emergent patterns of growth controlled by multicellular form and mechanics. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102: 11594-11599. [pdf] [supp]
    Faculty of 1000 evaluations: http://www.f1000biology.com/article/id/16049098/evaluation [pdf]
    Ingber D.E. (2005) Mechanical control of tissue growth: function follows form. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102: 11572. [pdf]
    Chin G. (2005) Editor's choice: Geometry of cell proliferation. Science, 309: 1461. [pdf]
    Development: geometry of cell proliferation. Sci. STKE, 2005 (198): tw304. [pdf]
     
  Radisky D.C., Levy D.D., Littlepage L.E., Liu H., Nelson C.M., Fata J.E., Leake D., Godden E.L., Albertson D.G., Nieto M.A., Werb Z., & Bissell M.J. (2005) Rac1b and reactive oxygen species mediate MMP3-induced EMT and genomic instability. Nature, 436: 123-127. [pdf]
    Faculty of 1000 evaluations: http://www.f1000biology.com/article/id/16001073/evaluation [pdf]
    Research Roundup: MMPs rearrange DNA. J. Cell. Biol., 170: 336 (2005). [pdf]
    Comoglio P.M. & Trusolino L. (2005) Cancer: the matrix is now in control. Nat. Med., 11: 1156-7. [pdf]
    Novak K. (2005) Environmental issues. Nat. Rev. Cancer, 5: 585. [pdf]
    Bussell K. (2005) A bad influence. Nat. Rev. Mol. Cell Biol., 6: 596-7. [pdf]
    Chen G. (2005) Editor's choice: Outside influences. Science, 309: 536. [pdf]

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