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Attractive internuclear force drives the collective behavior of nuclear arrays in Drosophila embryos
The emerging collective behaviors during embryogenesis play an important role in precise and reproducible morphogenesis. An important question in the study of collective behavior is what rule underlies the emerging pattern. Here we use the Drosophila embryo as a test tube to study this question. We focus on the nuclear array without membrane separation on the embryo periphery from the nuclear cycle (NC) 11 to NC14. After live imaging with light sheet microscopy, we extract the nucleardoi:10.1101/2020.10.08.330845 fatcat:ndbl2lgn6zehxcmdo6prrbhmn4