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                Quantitative Biology > Cell Behavior

                Title: The Biophysical Micro-Environment's Influence on Cell Fate Decisions During Macrophage Activation and Somatic Cell Reprogramming

                Authors: Zachary Reitz
                Abstract: Cells are known to sense and respond to their mechanical microenvironment in profound ways. Various evidence has implicated the adhesome, a body of adhesion associated proteins, in several cell fate decisions, including differentiation and proliferation. Furthermore, recent work has demonstrated that substrate topography can modulate the epigenetic state of fibroblasts, facilitate cell reprogramming, and temper inflammation. However, the effectors responsible for such phenomena remain poorly understood. Here we explore the effect of biomaterial design, adhesion, and intracellular forces of the epigenetic and transcriptional regulation of cell state during macrophage activation and somatic cell reprogramming.
                Comments: PhD thesis (2019)
                Subjects: Cell Behavior (q-bio.CB); Genomics (q-bio.GN); Molecular Networks (q-bio.MN)
                Cite as: arXiv:2005.04877 [q-bio.CB]
                  (or arXiv:2005.04877v1 [q-bio.CB] for this version)

                Submission history

                From: Zachary Reitz [view email]
                [v1] Mon, 11 May 2020 06:24:56 GMT (2143kb)