Sundar Ram Naganathan
Sundar Ram Naganathan
Postdoctoral fellow, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
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Active torque generation by the actomyosin cell cortex drives left–right symmetry breaking
SR Naganathan, S Füthauer, N Masatoshi, J Frank, SW Grill
eLife, 2014
Systematic genetic interaction screens uncover cell polarity regulators and functional redundancy
BT Fievet, J Rodriguez, S Naganathan, C Lee, E Zeiser, T Ishidate, ...
Nature cell biology 15 (1), 103-112, 2013
Controlling contractile instabilities in the actomyosin cortex
M Nishikawa, SR Naganathan, F Jülicher, SW Grill
Elife 6, e19595, 2017
Actomyosin-driven left-right asymmetry: from molecular torques to chiral self organization
SR Naganathan, TC Middelkoop, S Fürthauer, SW Grill
Current Opinion in Cell Biology 38, 24-30, 2016
Morphogenetic degeneracies in the actomyosin cortex
SR Naganathan, S Fürthauer, J Rodriguez, BT Fievet, F Jülicher, ...
Elife 7, e37677, 2018
Highly-Efficient Guiding of Motile Microtubules on Non-Topographical Motor Patterns
C Reuther, M Mittasch, SR Naganathan, SW Grill, S Diez
Nano letters 17 (9), 5699-5705, 2017
Patterning and mechanics of somite boundaries in zebrafish embryos
Naganathan SR, O AC
Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology, 2020
Mechanochemical coupling and developmental pattern formation
SR Naganathan, AC Oates
Current Opinion in Systems Biology 5, 104-111, 2017
Asymmetric Flows in the Intercellular Membrane during Cytokinesis
VV Menon, SS Soumya, A Agarwal, SR Naganathan, MM Inamdar, A Sain
Biophysical journal 113 (12), 2787-2795, 2017
Somite deformations buffer imprecise segment lengths to ensure left-right symmetry
SR Naganathan, M Popovic, AC Oates
bioRxiv, 2020
The Sweetness of Embryonic Elongation and Differentiation
SR Naganathan, AC Oates
Developmental Cell 40 (4), 323-324, 2017
Mechanochemical Pattern Formation in the Actomyosin Cortex
M Nishikawa, S Naganathan, F Jülicher, SW Grill
Seibutsu butsuri 58 (1), 027-030, 2018
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