Team:UCSF UCB

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Intercellular Coordination Through Community Signaling

Cells in a local population have a wide range of responses to a given stimulus. This noisiness may be due to differences in extracelluar environment or intracellular molecular makeup. Yet these cells often need to coordinate and respond in a concerted way. Our project seeks to understand the complex intercellular interactions that must happen to produce such a specific community phenotype.

Our goal is to create a synthetic framework that uses cellular communities to model collective behaviors emergent from individual autonomous rules.

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Judging

Judges! Check out our judging section for a compiled list of the iGEM requirements that we have fulfilled. This section also contains information about the safety and implications of our project.

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