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PUBLICATIONS

2019

 Luro, S., Potvin-Trottier, L., Okumus, B. & Paulsson J. Isolating live cells after high-throughput, long-term, time-lapse microscopy. Nature methods (accepted)

Riglar, D.T., Richmond, D.L., Potvin-Trottier, L., Verdegaal, A.A., Naydich, A.D., Bakshi, S., Leoncini, E., Paulsson, J. and Silver, P.A. (2019) Variability of bacterial behavior in the mammalian gut captured using a growth-linked single-cell synthetic gene oscillator. Nature communications. Link

2018

Potvin-Trottier, L., Luro, S., & Paulsson, J. (2018). Microfluidics and single-cell microscopy to study stochastic processes in bacteria. Current Opinion in Microbiology, 43, 186–192. Link

2016

Potvin-Trottier, L., Lord, N. D., Vinnicombe, G., & Paulsson, J. (2016). Synchronous long-term oscillations in a synthetic gene circuit. Nature, 538(5626), 514-517. Link

  • News and Views: Gao, X. J., & Elowitz, M. B. (2016). Synthetic biology: Precision timing in a cell. Nature, 538(7626), 462-463.

  • Invited Commentary: Potvin-Trottier, L. and Paulsson J. (2017). Principles of Systems Biology, No. 11. Cell Systems

  • Other coverage: Phys.org, Science&VieSocial media

Uphoff, S., Lord, N. D., Okumus, B., Potvin-Trottier, L., Sherratt, D. J., & Paulsson, J. (2016). Stochastic activation of a DNA damage response causes cell-to-cell mutation rate variation. Science, 351(6277), 1094-1097. Link

2015

Godin, A. G., Rappaz, B., Potvin-Trottier, L., Kennedy, T. E., De Koninck, Y., & Wiseman, P. W. (2015). Spatial intensity distribution analysis reveals abnormal oligomerization of proteins in single cells. Biophysical journal, 109(4), 710-721. Link

2013

Potvin-Trottier, L., Chen, L., Horwitz, A. R., & Wiseman, P. W. (2013). A nu-space for image correlation spectroscopy: characterization and application to measure protein transport in live cells. New journal of physics, 15(8), 085006. Link

2012

Chen, L., Vicente-Manzanares, M., Potvin-Trottier, L., Wiseman, P. W., & Horwitz, A. R. (2012). The integrin-ligand interaction regulates adhesion and migration through a molecular clutch. PLoS One, 7(7), e40202. Link

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