*Published Paper*

**Inserted:** 16 dec 2022

**Last Updated:** 22 mar 2024

**Journal:** Math. Annalen

**Year:** 2024

**Doi:** 10.1007/s00208-024-02826-8

**Abstract:**

For a general $k$-dimensional Brakke flow in $\mathbb{R}^n$ locally close to a $k$-dimensional plane in the sense of measure, it is proved that the flow is represented locally as a smooth graph over the plane with estimates on all the derivatives up to the end-time. Moreover, at any point in space-time where the Gaussian density is close to $1$, the flow can be extended smoothly as a mean curvature flow up to that time in a neighborhood: this extends White's local regularity theorem to general Brakke flows. The regularity result is in fact obtained for more general Brakke-like flows, driven by the mean curvature plus an additional forcing term in a dimensionally sharp integrability class or in a HÃ¶lder class.

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