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Scott et al., 2021

2021-08-17T18:37:37+00:00 May 8th, 2021|publication, publication-2021|

A spatial model of YAP/TAZ signaling reveals how stiffness, dimensionality, and shape contribute to emergent outcomes.
Scott, K.E.; Fraley, S.I.;Rangamani, P.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2021, 118 (20): e2021571118.
PUBMED:33990464
doi:10.1073/pnas.2021571118
VCell BioModels referenced in publication
user: prangamani, biomodel name: Scott_Fraley_Rangamani_YAP_TAZ_model_2021(Rho and FAK confined simulations (true 2D)
user: prangamani, biomodel name: Scott_Fraley_Rangamani_YAP_TAZ_model_2021(2D and 3D simulations)

biomodel-200304683

2021-08-17T15:40:09+00:00 May 7th, 2021|biomodel|

Name: “Scott_Fraley_Rangamani_YAP_TAZ_model_2021(Rho and FAK confined simulations (true 2D)”
Saved: Feb 31, 2021
vcell identifier: biomodel-200301683
Owned by: “prangamani”

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Sardi et al., 2021

2021-04-15T19:22:18+00:00 April 15th, 2021|publication, publication-2021|

Mad Dephosphorylation at the Nuclear Pore Is Essential for Asymmetric Stem Cell Division.
Sardi, J.; Bener, M. B.; Simao, T.; Descoteaux, A. E.; Slepchenko, B. M.; Inaba, M.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2021, 118 (13): e2006786118.
PUBMED:33753475
doi:10.1073/pnas.2006786118
VCell MathModels referenced in publication
user: boris, model name: Inaba_Model_public_final

VCell model of Mad signaling

2021-04-16T14:03:55+00:00 March 30th, 2021|News|

2021-3-30. A new paper from the Inaba lab uses a VCell model to explore how pMad is asymmetrically partitioned to forming daughter nuclei during division of stem cells in the Drosophila ovary.  Find links to the model and citation on our published models page.