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‘JIGGLE’ CELLS

Written by Rebecca Brown. During development, cells in the zebrafish embryo oscillate between solid and liquid state due to different pressures in environment – a process known as tissue ‘melting’. Following almost a decade of research, Mongera et al. have shown that anterior-posterior axis elongation of the zebrafish embryo relies on such methods. Whilst cellsContinue reading “‘JIGGLE’ CELLS”

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