TiFoSi: an Efficient Tool for Mechanobiology Simulations of Epithelia

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Description: TiFoSi (Tissues: Forces & Signalling) is a computational tool to simulate the cellular dynamics of planar epithelia. TiFoSi allows to model feedbacks between cellular mechanics and gene expression (either in a deterministic or a stochastic way), the interaction between different cell populations, the custom design of the cell cycle and cleavage properties, the protein number partitioning upon cell division, and the modeling of cell communication (juxtacrine and paracrine signalling). ___________________ See CITATION to find out how TiFoSi software must be cited to give credit to the authors. ___________________

License: GNU General Public License (GPL) 3.0

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