The biomechanical position of overall-shape transformation in a primitive multicellular organism: A case research of dimorphism within the filamentous cyanobacterium Arthrospira platensis. Morphological transformations in primitive organisms have lengthy been noticed; nevertheless, its biomechanical roles are largely unexplored. On this research, we examine the structural benefits of dimorphism in Arthrospira platensis, a filamentous multicellular cyanobacterium.
Complete single-cell transcriptional profiling of a multicellular organism. To resolve mobile heterogeneity, we developed a combinatorial indexing technique to profile the transcriptomes of single cells or nuclei, termed sci-RNA-seq (single-cell combinatorial indexing RNA sequencing). We utilized sci-RNA-seq to profile practically 50,000 cells from the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans on the L2 larval stage, which offered
“Single-Cell Transcriptional Profiling of a Multicellular Organism”