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Long time behaviour of diffusing particles in constrained geometries; application to chromatin motion
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter
Inspired by experiments that use single-particle tracking to measure the regions of confinement of selected chromosomal regions within cell nuclei, we have developed an analytical approach that takes into account various possible positions and shapes of the confinement regions. We show, in particular, that confinement of a particle into a subregion that is entirely enclosed within a spherical volume can lead to a higher limit of the mean radial square displacement value than the one associateddoi:10.1088/0953-8984/18/14/s08 fatcat:eln6bvdn55h3dfsekpxbo4x4yi