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Self organization of the microtubule network. A diffusion based model

Self organization of the microtubule network. A diffusion based model,10.1016/0248-4900(90)90306-N,Biology of The Cell,C ROBERT,M BOUCHIBA,R ROBERT,R

Self organization of the microtubule network. A diffusion based model   (Citations: 7)
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Journal: Biology of The Cell - BIO CELL , vol. 68, no. 1-3, pp. 177-181, 1990
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    • ...Populations of microtubules were self-organising by reaction-diusion processes, at a microscopic level only [32] or at a macroscopic level also...
    • ...They suggested and calculated that the activity of a microtubule could influence locally, or at a more important distance, the reactivity of neighbouring ones [3,32,57,58]...
    • ...In 1990, Robert et al published a simple chemotactic model of microtubule self-organisation where individual microtubules coordinate each other and self-organise, following the gradients of tubulin concentration, themselves modified by the activity of the microtubules [32]...
    • ...In these conditions, it could call into question the molecular explanation ‐ the communication between microtubules mediated by free tubulin molecules ‐ of microtubule selforganisation [3,32]...
    • ...Then, the formation of heterogeneity nodes can provoke the recruitment or inhibition of microtubules as proposed in [3,32]...

    Nicolas Glade. Existence and Persistence of Microtubule Chemical Trails - A Step Towa...

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