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BP 14: Focus: Phase Separation in Biological Systems II (joint session BP/CPP)
Dienstag, 17. März 2020, 09:30–12:45, ZEU 250
Stem cells have the remarkable capacity to differentiate into multiple cell types and therefore play pivotal roles in our understanding of tissue maintenance and disease. Theoretical and experimental approaches from physics have advanced our understanding of stem cell dynamics, while at the same time stem cell biology has led to questions at the frontier of non-equilibrium physics. In this session, we will show how mechanical signalling influences cell fate and how concepts from physics can yield understanding of the collective phenomena underlying stem cell behaviour on the molecular and cellular scales.
|09:30||BP 14.1||Salt-dependent rheology and surface tension of protein condensates using optical traps — Louise Jawerth, Mahdiye Ijavi, Martine Ruer, Shambaditya Saha, Marcus Jahnel, Anthony Hyman, Frank Jülicher, and •Elisabeth Fischer-Friedrich|
|09:45||BP 14.2||Protein condenstates as aging Maxwell fluids — •Louise Jawerth, Elisabeth Fischer-Friedrich, Anthony Hyman, and Frank Julicher|
|10:00||BP 14.3||Phase separation provides a mechanism to reduce noise in cells — •Florian Oltsch, Adam Klosin, Tyler Harmon, Alf Honigmann, Frank Jülicher, Anthony Hyman, and Christoph Zechner|
|10:15||BP 14.4||Phase Separation of Active Polymers — •Antoine Deblais, Daniel Bonn, and Sander Woutersen|
|10:30||BP 14.5||Hauptvortrag: Could the cytoskeleton influence liquid-liquid phase separation? — •Eric Dufresne|
|11:00||30 min. coffee break|
|11:30||BP 14.6||Theory of dissolution front dynamics predicts droplet distribution in stiffness gradients — •Estefania Vidal-Henriquez and David Zwicker|
|11:45||BP 14.7||Structure and development of patterned silica in the diatom frustule. — •Maria Feofilova and Eric Dufresne|
|12:00||BP 14.8||Formation of pilus induced cellular aggregates and their rheological properties — •Hui-Shun Kuan, Frank Jülicher, and Vasily Zaburdaev|
|12:15||BP 14.9||Active growth and degradation of coacervate droplets controlled by enzymatic reactions — •Karina Nakashima, Alain André, Merlijn van Haren, and Evan Spruijt|
|12:30||BP 14.10||Protein storage vacuoles and autophagosomes form by similar physical mechanisms — •Roland L. Knorr|