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March 25, Considering this notion, the artist Jeronimo Hagerman has proposed a process-based garden work to be produced on the SAPS facade. This work aims to converse with the SAPS facade while at the same time to comment poetically on the way in which we perceive our surroundings. Predictions on how long or how this living art work will develop are nothing more than that, predictions. Thus the garden work, Contemplating the Invasion , does not only open up a window to invite people to visit the SAPS, but offers to whoever crosses the street, an aesthetic experience. Silvia Gruner is, beyond doubt, one of the most recognized contemporary artists in Mexico.
Conceived and designed the experiments: AN. Designed the software used in analysis: SB. The endothelial cell spheroid assay provides a suitable in vitro model to study lymph angiogenesis and test pro- and anti- lymph angiogenic factors or drugs. Usually, the extent of cell invasion, observed through optical microscopy, is measured. The present study proposes the spatial distribution of migrated cells as a new descriptor of the lymph angiogenic response. The utility of this novel method rests with its capacity to locally characterise spheroid structure, allowing not only the investigation of single and collective cell invasion but also the evolution of the spheroid core itself. Moreover, the proposed method can be applied to 2D-projected spheroid images obtained by optical microscopy, as well as to 3D images acquired by confocal microscopy.