Diana Serbanescu
Diana Serbanescu
University College London, Institute for the Physics of Living Systems
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Surface-to-volume scaling and aspect ratio preservation in rod-shaped bacteria
N Ojkic, D Serbanescu, S Banerjee
Elife 8, e47033, 2019
202019
Nutrient-dependent trade-offs between ribosomes and division protein synthesis control bacterial cell size and growth
D Serbanescu, N Ojkic, S Banerjee
Cell Reports 32 (12), 108183, 2020
82020
Universal surface-to-volume scaling and aspect ratio homeostasis in rod-shaped bacteria
N Ojkic, D Serbanescu, S Banerjee
bioRxiv, 583989, 2019
12019
Unraveling the interplay between cell shape organization and rheology in epithelial tissues
J Huang, J Cochran, S Fielding, MC Marchetti, D Bi
Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 2021
2021
Resource allocation model for bacterial shape control under growth perturbations
D Serbanescu, N Ojkic, S Banerjee
Bulletin of the American Physical Society 65, 2020
2020
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