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Rules of tissue packing involving different cell types: human muscle organization [Article]
(Nature Publishing Group, 2017)
Natural packed tissues are assembled as tessellations of polygonal cells. These include skeletal muscles and epithelial sheets. Skeletal muscles appear as a mosaic composed of two different types of cells: the “slow” and ...
Topological Progression in Proliferating Epithelia Is Driven by a Unique Variation in Polygon Distribution [Article]
(Public Library of Science, 2013)
Morphogenesis is consequence of lots of small coordinated variations that occur during development. In proliferating stages, tissue growth is coupled to changes in shape and organization. A number of studies have analyzed ...
Neuromuscular disease classification system [Article]
(Spie-soc photo-optical instrumentation engineers, 2013)
Diagnosis of neuromuscular diseases is based on subjective visual assessment of biopsies from patients by the pathologist specialist. A system for objective analysis and classification of muscular dystrophies and ...