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“…21 is perhaps the predicted dependence of the expansion speed c on the attractant diffusion coefficient D a ( Fig. 2 D ), which was not considered in most previous models ( 33 , 34 , 70 , 71 ). Although this dependence itself is not so strong, it significantly affects the dependence of c on the cellular motility characteristics as we discuss next.…”
Section: Chemotaxis Regimementioning
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“…21 is perhaps the predicted dependence of the expansion speed c on the attractant diffusion coefficient D a ( Fig. 2 D ), which was not considered in most previous models ( 33 , 34 , 70 , 71 ). Although this dependence itself is not so strong, it significantly affects the dependence of c on the cellular motility characteristics as we discuss next.…”
Section: Chemotaxis Regimementioning
“…2D) and its relation to Dρ (Fig. 3) reveals a crucial role of the molecular diffusion of the attractant, which has historically been assumed to be of a much smaller scale than the motilityinduced bacterial diffusion and chemotaxis (33,34,36,44,70,71,75). Large D a can be understood to result in a smoothening of the attractant gradient, thereby slowing down chemotaxis.…”
Section: Parameter Dependences Of the Expansion Speedmentioning
“…Here we think of a mechanism whereby the ratio 2~c/c would have a threshold value, where ~ cis the drop in concentration along the cell length and c the local concentration. (Bonner, 1947;Keller, 1974).…”
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“…Although the direction needs not to be biased towards the negative terminal, longer mean free path this way with respect to the opposite results the current. Max Delbruck in 1970s thought what chemoattractant gradient controls is the same: how frequently bacteria tumbles [ 178 ]. Along the gradient, bacteria tumble more frequently moving downhill (i.e.…”
Section: What Feature Of a Morphogen Gradient Provides Positional Inf...mentioning