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Recent papers

Mapping single-cell atlases across the animal tree of life unravels cell type evolution. Tarashansky AJ, Musser JM§, Khariton M§, Li P, Arendt D, Quake SR, Wang B. submitted.

Double emulsion picoreactors for high-throughput single-cell encapsulation and phenotyping via FACS. Brower KK§, Khariton M§, Suzuki PH, Still C, Kim G, Calhoun SGK, Qi LS, Wang B*, Fordyce PM*. submitted. (bioRxiv)

Single-cell analysis of Schistosoma mansoni reveals a conserved genetic program controlling germline stem cell fate. Li P, Nanes Sarfati D§, Xue Y§, Yu X, Tarashansky AJ, Quake SR, Wang B. submitted. (bioRxiv)

Mechanical expansion microscopy. Fan Y§, Lim Y§, Wyss LS, Park S, Xu C, Fu H, Fei J, Hong Y, Wang B. Methods in Cell Biology. (link)

Forecasting unprecedented ecological fluctuations. Bray SR, Wang B. PLOS Computational Biology, 16, e1008021 (2020). (link)

Chromatic neuronal jamming in a primitive brain. Khariton M§, Kong X§​, Qin J*, Wang B*. Nature Physics, 16, 553-557 (2020). (link)

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Group News

Jul. 2020. Stanford News highlights our paper in PLOS Computational Biology, which develops a new method to predict unprecedent extreme events in ecological fluctuations. (link)

Jun. 2020. Our collaboration with Steve Palumbi and Peter Yang is funded by the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment. We will investigate the development of coral polyps.

May 2020. Yuhang Fan is awarded with a Bio-X Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship (SIGF) and Dania Nanes Sarfati receives a Bio-X Bowes Graduate Student Fellowship.

Mar. 2020. Our work on neural packing in the planarian brain is published in Nature Physics and highlighted in Stanford News. (link)

Oct. 2019. Our work on mechanically resolved expansion microscopy is published in PLOS Biology and highlighted in Stanford News. (link)

Aug. 2019. Livia Wyss is awarded with a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and selected to be a trainee of the NIH Cell and Molecular Biology Training Program. 

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