Child cell after Mitosis


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27 days ago by
safiye  
I would like to ask if I can simulate parent cell as A dividing to child cell as A and B (two different cell types) ?
Thank you in advance.
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26 days ago by
When A divides into one, one of them will have attributes as 'parentCell' and the other 'childCell'. You can do something like parentChild.type=self.A and childCell.type=self.B (assuming you have initialized your celltypes as A and B)
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26 days ago by
safiye  
Thank you, but I wanted to ask if I can simulate parent cell A divide to 2 cells which is child cell A and child cell B.
That sounds like a normal cell division. You start with "parent cell A" and get "child cell A" and "child cell B". As Priyom posted, you can assign any cell type you want to each of the child cells. The "parent/child" relationship really isn't meant to be biological (though you could make it so). In CC3D, "parent" just means one of the two cells has the same cell.id as the original cell. The "child" cell will have a newly created cell.id.
written 25 days ago by James Sluka  
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21 days ago by
safiye  
Thank you, I will work on it.
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