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Stochastic dynamic of branching tissues

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Branching morphogenesis is a developmental programme responsible for the formation of ramified ductal tissues and organs, such as the lungs, kidneys, liver, mammary and salivary glands. In this talk I will discuss the multi-scale dynamics of branching morphogenesis and show how the large-scale ductal organisation of these tissues may emerge from local probabilistic rules, describing a branching and annihilating random walk. For this, I will present recent results on the developmental dynamic of the salivary gland, a work in collaboration with Dr Lemonia Chatzeli and Prof Ben Simons.

This talk is part of the DAMTP Statistical Physics and Soft Matter Seminar series.

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