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*  ACTC1
Shuster CB, Lin AY, Nayak R, Herman IM (1997). "Beta cap73: a novel beta actin-specific binding protein". Cell Motility and the ... with the greatest difference between the states occurring as a result of movement within sub-domain 2. Myosin binding increases ... Snásel J, Pichová I (1997). "The cleavage of host cell proteins by HIV-1 protease". Folia Biologica. 42 (5): 227-30. doi: ... Moroianu J, Riordan JF (Mar 1994). "Nuclear translocation of angiogenin in proliferating endothelial cells is essential to its ...
*  Eye movement
The reason for this random movement is related to the photoreceptors and the ganglion cells. It appears that a constant visual ... This type of movement helps in the depth perception of objects Pursuit movement or smooth pursuit is the movement the eyes make ... Eye movement of medial rectus muscle, superior view Eye movement of inferior rectus muscle, superior view Eye movement of ... and gaze-shifting mechanisms as saccades and pursuit movements. Vergence movement or convergence is the movement of both eyes ...
*  Chemotaxis
Somatic cells, bacteria, and other single-cell or multicellular organisms direct their movements according to certain chemicals ... In eukaryotic unicellular cells, amoeboid movement and cilium or the eukaryotic flagellum are the main effectors (e.g., Amoeba ... In this way cells are able to adapt to the immediate chemoattractant concentration and detect further changes to modulate cell ... Others possess a single flagellum that is kept inside the cell wall. These bacteria move by spinning the whole cell, which is ...
*  Dictyostelium discoideum
The slug is about 2-4 mm long, composed of up to 100,000 cells, and is capable of movement by producing a cellulose sheath in ... involves decisions made from cell-cell interactions in pathways to either stalk cells or spore cells. These cell fates depend ... The stalk cells undergo apoptosis and die as the prespore cells are lifted high above the substrate. The prespore cells then ... Sentinel cells make up approximately 1% of the total number of slug cells, and the number of sentinel cells remains constant ...
*  Antagomir
Yue J (July 2011). "miRNA and vascular cell movement". Adv. Drug Deliv. Rev. 63 (8): 616-22. doi:10.1016/j.addr.2011.01.001. ... The drug has also been shown to enhance T cell infiltration in combination with immunotherapy in mouse models of pancreatic ... Abca1 is essential for production of HDL precursors in liver cells. In macrophages, Abca1 excretes cholesterol from oxidized ... "Targeting vascular endothelial-cadherin in tumor-associated blood vessels promotes T cell-mediated immunotherapy". Cancer ...
*  Betty Hay
... their morphology and movement in situ and in vitro. =Journal of Cell Biology". 67: 400-418. Greenburg, Gary; Hay, Elizabeth ... a study of cell movement in vivo". Developmental Biology. 42 (2): 346-361. doi:10.1016/0012-1606(75)90339-5. Bard, Jonathan; ... cell shape, and the control of cell growth and differentiation. She asserted that the basis of many scientific ideas originate ... the regeneration of the limb is achieved when differentiated cells begin to dedifferentiate and become stem cells. In 1957, Don ...
*  Primitive streak
Several mechanisms, including oriented cell division, cell-cell intercalation and chemotactic cell movement, have been proposed ... The Polonaise Movement is key for the formation of the primitive streak. Cells overlaying Koller's Sickle in the posterior end ... Two counter-rotating flows of cells meet at the posterior end, where the streak forms. There is little movement in the center ... Chuai M, Zeng W, Yang X, Boychenko V, Glazier JA, Weijer CJ (2006). "Cell movement during chick primitive streak formation". ...
*  Gastrulation
Chuai M, Zeng W, Yang X, Boychenko V, Glazier JA, Weijer CJ (2006). "Cell movement during chick primitive streak formation". ... cells in the body are either organized into sheets of connected cells (as in epithelia), or as a mesh of isolated cells, such ... In order for the cells to move from the epithelium of the epiblast through the primitive streak to form a new layer, the cells ... Following the EMT, the cells ingress through the primitive streak and spread out to form a new layer of cells or join existing ...
*  Cytochalasin B
It inhibits cell movement and induces nuclear extrusion. Cytochalasin B shortens actin filaments by blocking monomer addition ... found that CB causes multinucleation in cells and significantly affects cell motility. The multinucleated cells probably arise ... The disorganized cortical contractions disrupt the assembly of pseudopodia which are involved in cell movement. Nuclear ... Cells treated with cytochalasin B and control group cells could not be distinguished. This indicated, that CB has no ...
*  Prokaryote
Kaiser D (October 2003). "Coupling cell movement to multicellular development in myxobacteria". Nat. Rev. Microbiol. 1 (1): 45- ... Prokaryotic cells are usually much smaller than eukaryotic cells. Therefore, prokaryotes have a larger surface-area-to-volume ... Molecular and cell biology portal Biology portal Bacterial cell structure Evolution of sexual reproduction List of sequenced ... The distinction is that eukaryotic cells have a "true" nucleus containing their DNA, whereas prokaryotic cells do not have a ...
*  Christine Holt
"Cell movements in Xenopus eye development" in Nature magazine in 1980 highlighted the movements of the cells during development ... Holt, Christine (30 October 1980). "Cell movements in Xenopus eye development". Nature. Nature Publishing Group. 287 (5785): ... Cell Press. 39 (6): 919-935. doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2003.08.017. Retrieved 18 March 2014. Verma, Poonam; Chierz, Sabrina; Codd, ... Cell Press. 19 (6): 1211-1224. doi:10.1016/S0896-6273(00)80413-4. PMID 9427245. Retrieved 18 March 2014. Ming, Guo-li; Song, ...
*  Multinucleate
ISBN 978-0-387-36058-4. Bray, Dennis (2017-01-26). Cell Movements: From Molecules to Motility. Garland Science. ISBN 978-0-8153 ... Multinucleate cells (also called multinucleated or polynuclear cells) are eukaryotic cells that have more than one nucleus per ... Examples include the skeletal muscle cells of mammals, the tapetal cells of plants, and the storage cells of Douglas-fir seeds ... Multinucleated cells can also occur under pathological conditions as the consequence of a disturbed cell cycle control (e.g., ...
*  ARHGAP5
Kulkarni SV, Gish G, van der Geer P, Henkemeyer M, Pawson T (2000). "Role of p120 Ras-GAP in directed cell movement". J. Cell ... Su L, Agati JM, Parsons SJ (2003). "p190RhoGAP is cell cycle regulated and affects cytokinesis". J. Cell Biol. 163 (3): 571-82 ... Cell. Biol. 14 (11): 7173-81. PMC 359251 . PMID 7935432. McGlade J, Brunkhorst B, Anderson D, Mbamalu G, Settleman J, Dedhar S ... Cell Growth Differ. 11 (7): 343-54. PMID 10939588. Shiota M, Tanihiro T, Nakagawa Y, Aoki N, Ishida N, Miyazaki K, Ullrich A, ...
*  Microfilament
... amoeboid movement and cell motility in general, changes in cell shape, endocytosis and exocytosis, cell contractility and ... This rapid turnover is important for the cell's movement. End-capping proteins such as CapZ prevent the addition or loss of ... Microfilaments have a tough, flexible framework which helps the cell in movement. Actin and microfilament-mediated processes ... Journal of Cell Science. 128 (11): 2009-19. doi:10.1242/jcs.165563. PMID 25788699. Wayne, R. 2009. Plant Cell Biology: From ...
*  Epiboly
... is a cell movement that occurs in the early embryo, at the same time as gastrulation. It is one of many movements in ... The cell-cell adhesion molecule E-cadherin has been shown to be required for the radial intercalation of the deep cells. Many ... Epiboly in zebrafish is the first coordinated cell movement, and begins once the embryo has completed the blastula stage. At ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Solnica-Krezel L (March 2005). "Conserved patterns of cell movements during ...
*  Janet Plowe
Waigmann, E.; Zambryski, P. (2000). "Trisome plasmodesmata: A model system for cell-to-cell movement". In Callow, J. A.; ... Janet Plowe was a biologist credited for helping to discover the cell membrane. In 1931 she demonstrated that the cell membrane ... Plowe, a student of William Seifriz, was among the pioneers of micro-injection into plant cells. She discovered the elasticity ... Plowe, Janet Q. "Membranes in the plant cell". Protoplasma. 12 (1): 196-220. doi:10.1007/BF01618716. ISSN 0033-183X. ...
*  Lysobacter
Bacterial gliding motility: Multiple mechanisms for cell movement over surfaces. Annual Review of Microbiology 55:49-75. Ahmed ...
*  Bacterial gliding
McBride, M. . (2001). "Bacterial gliding motility: multiple mechanisms for cell movement over surfaces". Annual Review of ... they do not appear to use mobile appendages such as pili or flagella attached to their cell body or cell surface. Such methods ... Generally, the process occurs whereby the cell, or organism, moves along a surface in the general direction of its long axis. ... This type of movement has been observed in phylogenetically diverse bacteria such as cyanobacteria, myxobacteria, cytophaga, ...
*  Bacterial morphological plasticity
Moreover, a cell's movement strategy may be altered by predation. The bacteria move by run-and-reverse strategy, which help ... which is not exactly involved in the maintenance of cell shape but in the cell cycle. It has been demotrated that mutant cells ... Moreover, the filamentous cells or cells with diameters greater than 3 μm are often too large to ingest by protists or are ... Cells in biofilms or microcolonies are often more resistant to predation. For instance, the swarm cells of Serratia ...
*  Mechanotaxis
LO, C (1 July 2000). "Cell Movement Is Guided by the Rigidity of the Substrate". Biophysical Journal. 79 (1): 144-152. doi: ... LO, C (1 July 2000). "Cell Movement Is Guided by the Rigidity of the Substrate". Biophysical Journal. 79 (1): 144-152. doi: ... Lo, C (1 July 2000). "Cell Movement Is Guided by the Rigidity of the Substrate". Biophysical Journal. 79 (1): 144-152. doi: ... Mechanotaxis refers to the directed movement of cell motility via mechanical cues (e.g., fluidic shear stress, substrate ...
*  Apelin receptor
... an embryonic signal that promotes cell movement via Apelin receptors. Science 343, 1248636 Hinohara K, Nakajima T, Sasaoka T, ... 2003). "Cell-cell fusion and internalization of the CNS-based, HIV-1 co-receptor, APJ". Virology. 307 (1): 22-36. doi:10.1016/ ... Developmental Cell, 27(6), 672-680. doi:10.1016/j.devcel.2013.11.002 Pauli, A., Norris, M.L., Valen, E., Chew, G.-L., Gagnon, J ... vascular smooth muscle and endothelial cells". Regul. Pept. 126 (3): 233-40. doi:10.1016/j.regpep.2004.10.019. PMID 15664671. ...
*  Haptotaxis
Movement of cells is vital for the function of the immune system, and especially for antigen presenting cells. Dendritic cells ... so when one cell moves the rest follow in response to the gradient and initial cell movement. Mechanical effects like the ... but causes movement of the dendritic cells up a fixed chemical gradient. Other leukocytes also exhibit haptotactic movement: ... which is highly influenced by the cell's velocity, which is in turn influenced by direction of cell motility. Cells migrate ...
*  Eos (protein)
EosFP has been used to track cell movements during embryonic development of Xenopus laevis. At the two-cell/ early gastrula ... These fluorescent embryos demonstrated the dynamics of cell movement during neurulation. EosFP was found in part of the ... mEos fusion proteins allow for differential colour labelling in single cells, or groups of cells in developing organs. They can ... multicolour labelling and tracking of cell movement. Several variants of Eos have been engineered for use in specific study ...
*  Totiviridae
The virus exits the host cell by cell-to-cell movement. Giardia lamblia protozoa, leishmania protozoa, protozoan trichomonas ...
*  Narnaviridae
The virus exits the host cell by cell to cell movement. Fungi serve as the natural host. Transmission routes are parental and ... Mitoviruses infect the mitochondria of fungi while narnaviruses remain within the cytoplasm of the host cell. Group: ssRNA(+) ...
*  Atrioventricular node
Contraction of heart muscle cells requires depolarization and repolarization of their cell membranes. Movement of ions across ... BMP (Bone morphogenetic protein) cell signaling plays a key role in diverse aspects of cardiac differentiation and ... cell membranes causes these events. The cardiac conduction system (and AV node part of it) coordinates myocyte mechanical ...
*  Hypoviridae
The virus exits the host cell by cell to cell movement. Fungi serve as the natural host. The virus never leaves its host and ...