Cell Movement and Automatic Control | SpringerLinkCell Movement and Automatic Control | SpringerLink

H. Gruler, Cell Movement Analysis in a Necrotactic Assay, Blood Cells 10: 107 (1984).Google Scholar ... Directed Movement Applied Electric Field Neural Crest Cell Polar Field Neurospora Crassa These keywords were added by machine ... H. Gruler, Cell Movement and Symmetry of the Cellular Environment, Z. Naturforsch. 43c: 754 (1988).Google Scholar ... Gruler H. (1991) Cell Movement and Automatic Control. In: Peliti L. (eds) Biologically Inspired Physics. NATO ASI Series ( ...
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Caspase for Cell Movement | Science SignalingCaspase for Cell Movement | Science Signaling

Cell Biol. 9, 276-286 (2007). [PubMed]. M. Bailly, Moving away from death: When caspase-11 meets cofilin. Nat. Cell Biol. 9, ... Thus, caspase 11 now appears to influence multiple inflammatory cell processes: cytokine secretion, apoptosis, and cell ... Caspases are well known for their roles in programmed cell death and for their roles in maturation of inflammatory cytokines. ... now show that caspase 11 also has a role in regulating actin dynamics that contributes to cell migration. Leukocytes deficient ...
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Chemotactic cell movement during Dictyostelium development and gastrulation.  - PubMed - NCBIChemotactic cell movement during Dictyostelium development and gastrulation. - PubMed - NCBI

Chemotactic cell movement during Dictyostelium development and gastrulation.. Dormann D1, Weijer CJ. ... Many developmental processes involve chemotactic cell movement up or down dynamic chemical gradients. Studies of the molecular ... when propagating waves of cAMP coordinate the chemotactic movement of tens of thousands of cells, resulting in multicellular ... Division of Cell and Developmental Biology, School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee, Dundee, DD1 5EH, UK.. ...
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Cell movement in development | DevelopmentCell movement in development | Development

J Cell Sci 2017 130: 3809-3817; doi: 10.1242/jcs.206532. Interkinetic nuclear migration and basal tethering facilitates post- ... TFCP2L1 represses multiple lineage commitment of mouse embryonic stem cells through MTA1 and LEF1. Kuisheng Liu, Yan Zhang, ... Our new special issue is packed with articles that use mathematical and physical approaches to gain insights into cell and ...
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Cell movement explained by molecular recyclingCell movement explained by molecular recycling

Scientists at The University of Manchester have identified the method by which cells control the recycling of molecules, a ... By studying the movement of fibroblast cells using sophisticated imaging techniques, Dr Morgan and the team identified the role ... The next step will be to investigate how Syndecan-4 can be manipulated to control cell movement with a view to developing novel ... Once they have been used by the cell, integrins are moved from the surface to a store inside the cell. When the time is right ...
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Light Controls Cell Movement  | Research & Technology | Aug 2009 | Photonics.comLight Controls Cell Movement | Research & Technology | Aug 2009 | Photonics.com

Yi WulightLight controls cell movementliving cellsMax PlanckNational Institute of HealthNews & Featuresphotonicsphotonics.com ... A photoactivatable protein enables control of cell movement in living cells. Activation of Rac in the red circle led to ... we can now use light to control where and how cells move. This is quite valuable in studies where cell movement is the focus of ... Light Controls Cell Movement Photonics.com. Aug 2009 CHAPEL HILL, NC, Aug., 19, 2009 - One of the biggest challenges in ...
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Cellular racetrack accurately clocks brain cancer cell movement | EurekAlert! Science NewsCellular 'racetrack' accurately clocks brain cancer cell movement | EurekAlert! Science News

... of human brain tumor cell movement along a small glass track. The assay, so far tested on the cells of 14 glioblastoma ... Cellular racetrack accurately clocks brain cancer cell movement. Johns Hopkins Medicine. Journal. Cell Reports. Funder. NIH/ ... of human brain tumor cell movement along a small glass "track." The assay, so far tested on the cells of 14 glioblastoma ... They tested PDGF to see if it would prime the glioblastoma cells for movement rather than growth by growing the glioblastoma ...
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Tissue mechanics essential for cell movementTissue mechanics essential for cell movement

Cells that form facial features need surrounding embryonic tissues to stiffen so they can move and develop, according to new ... the tissue holding the NC cells stiffens and becomes denser with cells which triggers the cells orchestrated movement. ... "Weve known that cell movement is essential for many processes in the body including the formation of embryos and cancer spread ... that the mechanical properties of the environment surrounding embryonic cells has been shown to be crucial in cell movement and ...
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Cell movement tale told by bacterial tail protein | ScienceCell movement tale told by bacterial tail protein | Science

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Light Controls Cell Movement  | Research & Technology | Aug 2009 | Photonics.comLight Controls Cell Movement | Research & Technology | Aug 2009 | Photonics.com

Yi WulightLight controls cell movementliving cellsMax PlanckNational Institutes of HealthNews & Featuresphotonicsphotonics.com ... A photoactivatable protein enables control of cell movement in living cells. Activation of Rac in the red circle led to ... we can now use light to control where and how cells move. This is quite valuable in studies where cell movement is the focus of ... "Because we first tested this new technology on a protein that initiates cell movement, ...
more infohttps://www.photonics.com/Articles/Light_Controls_Cell_Movement_/a39524

Penn-NIH team discover new type of cell movement | EurekAlert! Science NewsPenn-NIH team discover new type of cell movement | EurekAlert! Science News

They discovered an entirely new type of cell movement whereby the nucleus helps propel cells through the matrix like a piston ... scientists used an innovative technique to study how cells move in a three-dimensional matrix, similar to the structure of ... "When a cell is in the matrix, the nucleus tends to be at the back of the cell, and the cell body is very tubular in shape," ... They discovered an entirely new type of cell movement whereby the nucleus helps propel cells through the matrix like a piston ...
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SAS Team Discovers Protein Needed for Cell Movement | School of Arts & SciencesSAS Team Discovers Protein Needed for Cell Movement | School of Arts & Sciences

The findings deepen the understanding of how cells initiate movement, and have implications for conditions dependent on cell ... A new multi-disciplinary study at Penn illuminates a crucial step in the process of cell movement. The protein they examined, ... Exo70, induces a reshaping of the cells plasma membrane, a necessary step in how a cell migrates from one location to another ... underscoring the importance of the molecule in helping cells make directed movements. ...
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HSP70 homolog functions in cell-to-cell movement of a plant virus | PNASHSP70 homolog functions in cell-to-cell movement of a plant virus | PNAS

Cell-to-Cell Movement of GFP-Tagged BYV.. As illustrated in Fig. 1A, the GFP ORF was engineered downstream of the subgenomic ... Cell-to-cell movement of the GFP-expressing BYV (BYV-GFP) and its mutant variant lacking most of the HSP70h ORF (BYV-GFP-ΔXho) ... HSP70 homolog functions in cell-to-cell movement of a plant virus. Valery V. Peremyslov, Yuka Hagiwara, and Valerian V. Dolja ... One is the CI protein from potyviruses that is involved in RNA replication and in cell-to-cell movement (38, 42). Another is a ...
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Cell movement - zooming in and out  - E-ThesesCell movement - zooming in and out - E-Theses

This thesis deals with different aspects of cell movement, focusing on two topics: Actin-dependent single cell movement and the ... The majority of this thesis is devoted to actin-dependent cell movement, in particular it is concerned with cells that crawl ... Cell movement - zooming in and out. Dissertation, Universität Wien. Fakultät für Mathematik BetreuerIn: Schmeiser, Christian ... Cell Movement / Keratocytes / Lamellipodium / Actin / Chemotaxis / Myosin / Partial Differential Equations / Variational ...
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Tissue mechanics essential for cell movement | London NanoTissue mechanics essential for cell movement | London Nano

... the tissue holding the NC cells stiffens and becomes denser with cells which triggers the cells orchestrated movement. ... "Weve known that cell movement is essential for many processes in the body including the formation of embryos and cancer spread ... that the mechanical properties of the environment surrounding embryonic cells has been shown to be crucial in cell movement and ... cells behave in a similar way to those of humans and their movement is often used to study the spread of cancer. In addition, ...
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Finding sheds new light into mysterious process of cell movement during developmentFinding sheds new light into mysterious process of cell movement during development

What begins as a disordered, chaotic motion changes into an orderly movement. As this happens the cells also change from a ... Finding sheds new light into mysterious process of cell movement during development. 15.08.2002 ... By labeling the nerve cells with fluorescent protein, the biologists determined that the trilobite cells moved much slower and ... the researchers report the discovery that a single protein facilitates the movements of cells within the developing embryo of ...
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Chase and run cell movement mechanism explains process of...'Chase and run' cell movement mechanism explains process of...

A mechanism that cells use to group together and move around the body - called chase and run - has been described for the ... Healthy cells of the body try to escape from tumor cells, but are followed by malignant cells because the healthy cells produce ... Similarly the neural crest cells follow the placode cells, but placode cells move away when touched by neural crest cells." ... Now, using embryonic cells called neural crest cells (which are similar to cancer cells in term of their invasive behaviour) ...
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Analysis of cell movement. - Semantic ScholarAnalysis of cell movement. - Semantic Scholar

The cell displacement can be characterized by three different types of movement: The persistent mode where the cell moves away ... This analytical description leads to a better understanding of cell movement. Stationary motion of a cell is described by the ... The center of gravity of a cell, variations of cell shape, and cell orientation were investigated. ... Cell movement can be described by elementary moving states, and the life time of such a moving state is 0.5 min. The survival ...
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Insulin signaling modulates border cell movement in Drosophila oogenesis | DevelopmentInsulin signaling modulates border cell movement in Drosophila oogenesis | Development

Insulin signaling modulates border cell movement in Drosophila oogenesis. Aditi Sharma, Sudipta Halder, Martina Felix, Khairun ... Insulin signaling modulates border cell movement in Drosophila oogenesis Message Subject (Your Name) has sent you a message ... Insulin signaling modulates border cell movement in Drosophila oogenesis. Aditi Sharma, Sudipta Halder, Martina Felix, Khairun ... Insulin signaling modulates border cell movement in Drosophila oogenesis. Aditi Sharma, Sudipta Halder, Martina Felix, Khairun ...
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New understanding of cell movement may yield ways to brake cancer s spreadNew understanding of cell movement may yield ways to brake cancer s spread

From birth until death, our cells migrate: nerve cells make their vital connections, embryonic cells move to the proper places ... the molecular machinery needed for cell movement begins accumulating at the leading edge, or front of a cell in response to a ... New understanding of cell movement may yield ways to brake cancer s spread. 01.08.2005 ... Cell growth and cell differentiation as well as the release and efficacy of hormones such as insulin depend on the presence of ...
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PCP and Septins Compartmentalize Cortical Actomyosin to Direct Collective Cell Movement | SciencePCP and Septins Compartmentalize Cortical Actomyosin to Direct Collective Cell Movement | Science

PCP proteins coordinate the specific shortening of mesenchymal cell-cell contacts, which in turn powers cell interdigitation. ... PCP and Septins Compartmentalize Cortical Actomyosin to Direct Collective Cell Movement Message Subject. (Your Name) has ... The sculpting of embryos during development involves coordinated movement of cells in large groups. How actomyosin is ... A mechanism is revealed for orchestrated cell movement during gastrulation in Xenopus. ...
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The impact of cell crowding and active cell movement on vascular tumour growthThe impact of cell crowding and active cell movement on vascular tumour growth

... we find that cell movement alone increases the rate of tumour growth and expansion, but that increasing the tumour cell ... The model is the extension of previous work and includes novel features such as cell movement and contact inhibition. We ... However, when an increased carrying capacity is combined with significant tumour cell movement, the tumour grows and spreads ... Since, in the model, hypoxic/quiescent cells produce VEGF which stimulates vascular adaptation, such fluctuations can ...
more infohttps://www.aimsciences.org/article/doi/10.3934/nhm.2006.1.515

Experts and Doctors on cell movement in Tianjin, Tianjin Shi, ChinaExperts and Doctors on cell movement in Tianjin, Tianjin Shi, China

Locale about Experts and Doctors on cell movement in Tianjin, Tianjin Shi, China ... hep g2 cells*neoplasm grading*group iv phospholipases a2*lim kinases*enhancer of zeste homolog 2 protein*tumor stem cell assay* ... Experts and Doctors on cell movement in Tianjin, Tianjin Shi, China. Summary. Locale: Tianjin, Tianjin Shi, China ... You are here: Locale , China , Tianjin Shi , Experts and Doctors on cell movement in Tianjin, Tianjin Shi, China ...
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Microfilament dynamics during cell movement and chemotaxis monitored using a GFP-actin fusion protein.  - PubMed - NCBIMicrofilament dynamics during cell movement and chemotaxis monitored using a GFP-actin fusion protein. - PubMed - NCBI

Microfilament dynamics during cell movement and chemotaxis monitored using a GFP-actin fusion protein.. Westphal M1, Jungbluth ... The microfilament system in the cortex of highly motile cells, such as neutrophils and cells of the eukaryotic microorganism ... Observations of single living cells using fluorescence microscopy showed that the fusion protein was enriched in cell ... In the transfected cells of D. discoideum studied, GFP-actin made up 10-20% of the total actin. Microfilaments containing GFP- ...
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TRPM7 regulates polarized cell movements | Biochemical JournalTRPM7 regulates polarized cell movements | Biochemical Journal

TRPM7 regulates polarized cell movements. Li-Ting Su, Wei Liu, Hsiang-Chin Chen, Omayra González-Pagán, Raymond Habas, Loren W. ... TRPM7 regulates polarized cell movements. Li-Ting Su, Wei Liu, Hsiang-Chin Chen, Omayra González-Pagán, Raymond Habas, Loren W. ... and the ability of cells to form lamellipodia and to execute polarized cell movements. A pulldown-purification assay revealed ... is also effective in restoring the change in cell morphology, disruption of the cytoskeleton and directional cell motility ...
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