Nicolas Minc

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Columbia University, New York, NY 
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Biophysics, fission yeast polarity and morphogenesis
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Fred Chang post-doc 2006- Columbia (PombeTree)
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Haupt A, Ershov D, Minc N. (2018) A Positive Feedback between Growth and Polarity Provides Directional Persistency and Flexibility to the Process of Tip Growth. Current Biology : Cb. 28: 3342-3351.e3
Bonazzi D, Julien JD, Romao M, et al. (2018) Symmetry Breaking in Spore Germination Relies on an Interplay between Polar Cap Stability and Spore Wall Mechanics. Developmental Cell. 46: 388
Davì V, Tanimoto H, Ershov D, et al. (2018) Mechanosensation Dynamically Coordinates Polar Growth and Cell Wall Assembly to Promote Cell Survival. Developmental Cell. 45: 170-182.e7
Haupt A, Minc N. (2018) How cells sense their own shape - mechanisms to probe cell geometry and their implications in cellular organization and function. Journal of Cell Science. 131
Haupt A, Minc N. (2016) Gradients of phosphatidylserine contribute to plasma membrane charge localization and cell polarity in fission yeast. Molecular Biology of the Cell
Bosveld F, Markova O, Guirao B, et al. (2016) Epithelial tricellular junctions act as interphase cell shape sensors to orient mitosis. Nature
Bonazzi D, Haupt A, Tanimoto H, et al. (2015) Actin-Based Transport Adapts Polarity Domain Size to Local Cellular Curvature. Current Biology : Cb. 25: 2677-83
Davì V, Minc N. (2015) Mechanics and morphogenesis of fission yeast cells. Current Opinion in Microbiology. 28: 36-45
Zegman Y, Bonazzi D, Minc N. (2015) Measurement and manipulation of cell size parameters in fission yeast. Methods in Cell Biology. 125: 423-36
Minc N, Boudaoud A, Chang F. (2014) Mechanical Forces of Fission Yeast Growth. Current Biology : Cb. 24: 1436
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