Publications Quantitative Developmental Biology

DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY

Cells change their sensitivity to an EGF morphogen gradient to control EGF-induced gene expression
J.S. van Zon, S. Kienle, G. Huelsz-Prince, M. Barkoulas, A. van Oudenaarden
Nature Communications 6:8053 (2015)

Microfabricated Polyacrylamide Devices for the Controlled Culture of Growing Cells and Developing Organisms.
P. Nghe, S. Boulineau, S. Gude, P. Recouvreux, J.S. van Zon, S.J. Tans
PLoS ONE 8(9): e75537 (2013)

Robustness and epistasis in the C. elegans vulval signaling network revealed by pathway dosage modulation.
M. Barkoulas, J.S. van Zon, J. Milloz, A. van Oudenaarden, M.A. FĂ©lix.
Dev Cell. 24:64-75 (2013)

Direct cell reprogramming is a stochastic process amenable to acceleration.
J. Hanna, K. Saha, B. Pando, J. van Zon, C.J. Lengner, M.P. Creyghton, A. van Oudenaarden, R. Jaenisch.
Nature. 462:595-601 (2009)

 

MODELING OF BIOCHEMICAL NETWORKS

Movement and equipositioning of plasmids by ParA filament disassembly.
S. Ringgaard, J. van Zon, M. Howard, K. Gerdes.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 106:19369-74 (2009)

A mechanical bottleneck explains the variation in cup growth during FcgammaR phagocytosis.
J.S. van Zon, G. Tzircotis, E. Caron, M. Howard
Mol Syst Biol. 5:298 (2009)

An allosteric model of circadian KaiC phosphorylation.
J.S. van Zon, D.K. Lubensky, P.R. Altena, P.R. ten Wolde.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 104:7420-5 (2007)

Simulating biochemical networks at the particle level and in time and space: Green’s function reaction dynamics.
J.S. van Zon JS, P.R. ten Wolde
Phys Rev Lett. 94:128103 (2005)