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Reprogramming Cdr2-Dependent Geometry-Based Cell Size Control in Fission Yeast (Current Biology)
 




By using cells of different widths, Facchetti et al. show that fission yeast size homeostasis is based on cell surface area as registered by Cdr2 nodal density. A mathematical model allows reprogramming of this Cdr2-based size regulation from area to length. Secondary size control in a cdr2 mutant more closely based on volume is also uncovered.


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