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CDEV MS-7 - Shared screen with speaker view
Leah Keshet
16:55
Does anyone know if the earlier session was recorded? It was very early in the morning for me.
Lisanne Rens
17:03
it is recorded Leah!
Lisanne Rens
17:14
you should be able to access it in the program
Leah Keshet
17:33
Last I checked, it was not yet available.. I’ll try again later.
Magda Stolarska
18:05
it was definitely recorded but I am not sure when it is available
Mohammad Islam
54:59
Excellent talk! @Haryana
Leah Keshet
55:15
Thanks for the interesting talk!
Marcos Wappner
55:26
Such a calm and soothing voice
Blake Bartlett
55:37
Does increasing volume fraction have any impact on the viscosity of the fluid?
Patricio Perez Henriquez
56:28
Great talk! Can you elaborate on the possible significance of a transiently decreased signaling distance?
Leah Keshet
01:21:28
Just to check: are there nonlocal interactions included as cells pulls on the fibres and affect distant cells?
haryana thomas
01:40:40
To what extent does fiber orientation determine migration relative to other parameters such as stiffness of the matrix?
Roeland Merks
01:41:05
I was wondering if you have balance between ECM degradation vs. migration/“combing” of ECM fibers & contact guidance, do see a sharp or gradual transition between the two phenotypes?
Qiyao Peng
01:42:50
Does the orientation of the fibres in the ECM has an impact on the tumor cell migration?
Roeland Merks
01:44:11
I meant is there kind of an ‘in the middle’ phenotype between “flow” and “grow”
Roeland Merks
01:45:05
yes
Roeland Merks
01:45:12
model
Roeland Merks
01:45:23
(both perhaps)
Roeland Merks
01:46:22
thanks!
Lisanne Rens
01:46:38
thanks everyone!
Leah Keshet
01:46:42
thanks for great session
Jessica Kingsley
01:46:51
Great talks!
Roeland Merks
01:47:06
Thank you for organizing such a great session, Lisanne and Magda. Really enjoyed it
Shreya Mathur
01:47:31
Thank you!