Cell Shape, the Complex Cellular Networks, and Gene Expression

Cytoskeletal Protein Genes as a Model System
  • Avri Ben-Ze’ev


The complexity and form of the multicellular tissues of the eukaryotic organisms raise the question of how much functional and pattern information is encoded in the genes and whether epigenetic factors have a role in the formation of such complex tissues. While at the molecular level our understanding of how proteins are encoded in the genes has made considerable progress, we are still far from understanding how form and pattern arise from the information encoded in the genes.


Suspension Culture Cell Shape Intermediate Filament Cell Spreading MDBK Cell 
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  • Avri Ben-Ze’ev
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  1. 1.Department of GeneticsThe Weizmann Institute of ScienceRehovotIsrael

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