Self-Organization of Biological Systems

Publications (*co-first authors)


Diego X, Marcon L, Müller P, Sharpe J (2017). Key features of Turing systems are determined purely by network topology. arXiv:1708.09645. PDF


Marcon L, Diego X, Sharpe J, Müller P (2016). High-throughput mathematical analysis identifies Turing networks for patterning with equally diffusing signals. eLife Apr 8;5. PDF Supporting Material

Onimaru K, Marcon L, Musy M, Tanaka M, Sharpe J (2016). The fin to limb transition as the re-organisation of a Turing pattern. Nat Commun. May 23;7:11582. PDF Supporting Material


Uzkudun M, Marcon L, Sharpe J (2015). Data-driven modelling of a gene regulatory network for cell fate decisions in the growing limb bud. Mol Syst Biol. 11(7):815. PDF Supporting Material


Raspopovic J*, Marcon L*, Russo L, Sharpe J (2014). Digit patterning is controlled by a Bmp-Sox9-Wnt Turing network modulated by morphogen gradients. Science. 345(6196):566-70. PDF Supporting Material


Marcon L, Sharpe J (2012). Turing patterns in development: what about the horse part? Curr Opin Genet Dev. 22(6):578-84. PDF

Sheth R*, Marcon L*, Bastida MF, Junco M, Quintana L, Dahn R, Kmita M, Sharpe J, Ros MA (2012). Hox genes regulate digit patterning by controlling the wavelength of a Turing-type mechanism. Science. 338(6113):1476-80. PDF Supporting Material


Marcon L, Arqués CG, Torres MS, Sharpe J (2011). A computational clonal analysis of the developing mouse limb bud. PLoS Comput Biol. 7(2):e1001071. PDF Supporting Material