Light-controlled adhesion and dynamic processes in lipid vesicles

Solveig Mareike Bartelt
The aim of bottom-up synthetic biology is to use molecular building blocks to create synthetic cells and to mimic cell functions. In biological cells, many of their cellular functions arise directly from both the spatial and temporal control of fundamental processes. Examples of these controlled events are the formation of protein patterns at the cellular and multicellular scale and cell adhesion during motility and tissue development. When mimicking these functions in minimal synthetic cells, visible...
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