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First of all, forgive for the naive question. I know that genes can drive the shape of cells, as the sickle-shaped red blood cells. On the spirit of synthetic biology or tissue engineering, does anyone know a reference (books, articles, etc.) that show an example of cell orientation of rod-shaped cells, for example the B. Subtilis, driven by the influence of a man-made environment?

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