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Actomyosin boundaries that form during the development and act as mechanical barriers that sort cells during tissue elongation
Richard Adams, Guy Blanchard, Benedicte Sanson and Robert Tetley featured on eElife journal
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Physical forces, not shape, identified as driving factor of cell division direction
Study by the Sanson Lab published in Developmental Cell sheds light on the driving mechanisms that determine the direction of the plane of division during development
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