• Regulation of cell shape and adhesion by CD34
  • Transglutaminase-2 in cell adhesion: All roads lead to paxillin?
  • How does cancer cell metabolism affect tumor migration and invasion?
  • Role of the AP-1 transcription factor FOSL1 in endothelial cells adhesion and migration
  • Shape in migration: Quantitative image analysis of migrating chemoresistant HCT-8 colon cancer cells
  • BIGH3 modulates adhesion and migration of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells

Regulation of cell shape and adhesion by CD34

Hiroe Ohnishi, Hiroyuki Sasaki, Yoshihiko Nakamura, Shunichi Kato, Kiyoshi Ando, Hisashi Narimatsu and Kouichi Tachibana

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Transglutaminase-2 in cell adhesion: All roads lead to paxillin?

Evelyn Png and Louis Tong

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How does cancer cell metabolism affect tumor migration and invasion?

Tianyu Han, De Kang, Daokun Ji, Xiaoyu Wang, Weihua Zhan, Minggui Fu, Hong-Bo Xin and Jian-Bin Wang

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Role of the AP-1 transcription factor FOSL1 in endothelial cells adhesion and migration

Federico Galvagni, Maurizio Orlandini and Salvatore Oliviero

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Shape in migration: Quantitative image analysis of migrating chemoresistant HCT-8 colon cancer cells

Alessia Pasqualato, Vittorio Lei, Alessandra Cucina, Simona Dinicola, Fabrizio D'Anselmi, Sara Proietti, Maria G Masiello, Alessandro Palombo and Mariano Bizzarri

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 BIGH3 modulates adhesion and migration of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells

Sofieke E Klamer, Carlijn GM Kuijk, Peter L Hordijk, C Ellen van der Schoot, Marieke von Lindern, Paula B van Hennik and Carlijn Voermans

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Primary human macrophage embedded in fibrillar collagen I matrix. 3D reconstruction using confocal sections. Macrophage expressing lifeact-GFP in green, collagen fibers and macrophage cell body visualized by reflection microscopy. Note numerous protrusions of the macrophage extending between matrix fibres. Area of lower matrix density below macrophage is probably due to matrix degradation. Image by Karim El Azzouzi and Stefan Linder. Image width: 50 µm

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